Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 3, 1913
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00614
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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A deal of more-I importance and'em- -,

bracing a larger number of acres than !I I 0000040000490000'44 '

any that has taken place in'this section 4- '.
since the Seminole Land and Invest I sal A 'meeting ffTHhe subscribers 0

ment Co. purchased the St. Cloud col ,0 to stock to establish a, ..nator..1"-,
'ony lands, was consummated.this week I 0 turn in Klssimmee will be held at 0

,when Harry W. Thurman purchased 0 the council chamber Monday;

from,II. C. Stanford, L. Lesley and, ? 0 night. October 6th,at 7:30 o'clock,4 ' ,

,$. H. Bullock the-property known,8S .0 for the purpose of perfecting a'i,. "
Whitmore, which lies on the west shoreof 0 permanent organisation. Every i.
Lake Tohopekaliga about four miles + subscriber to stock t is,, ,requested 0,
from Kissimmee and comprising 2,000 1 r ('; V' present- !40 ";

acres. . h (+ r
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The amount Mr. Tburman paid for ,-

this magnificent/ property is not I, HOME, OF CAPT. D. Q. FRANCIS.121 EMMETT!: STREET A meeting of subscribers to stock

known, but it 1s understood to be an ......- ----- . .
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,amount that would stagger the average :' '" 4 r in Kissimmee was' held at thecouncil,

man, as Whitmore is regardedas Ca E. SMITH chamber night '
y i THE-RATE.- Monday ; and while
one of the most desirable.places in there were only a" limited number-
Florida for resident purposes and for CALL FOR MEETING OF THE' present, there was' sufficient' stock '

fruit; and vegetable growing.' In fact represented to warrant the:election.of
'such is the extent and of such value BUYS STORY i STATE CHAMBER OF COM- PROPERTY a' temporary set of officers, 'who are

Is Whitmore that it has required the Harry W Thurman, president; S., J.

combined capital of three of our coun- MERCE TO BE HELD AT, \ Triplett, secretary, and C.. A., Carson
ty's foremost financiers to it
possess CITRUS GROVE ,INCREASESIN treasurer. ..
in the )past? and Mr. Thurman is among OCALA FLORIDA ON Many minor details were perfected,
the few in these parts who is financially and such matters attended to as werenecessary
strong enough to' take it over and. &0. -, to the formation of the ,
develop it. OCTOBER 23 1913 that, will have
AND FORTY ACRES LAND company supervisionof
The entire body has been subdividedinto VALUE IN THIS CITY the business of the institution.The .

five-acre tracts, which have been y secretary ,was Instructed to'
placed on the market for sale to those NEW PURCHASER CAME HERE TO THE BOARDS OF TRADE, CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND notify all subscribers that the first

who are willing and able to build com :: LAST FALL FROM'NEBRASKA, 1 1 COMMERCIAL OLD OKEECIIOBEE HOTEL AND installment of 26 per cent of the par
: ,value of their stock was now due and
fortable homes and bring the ground' GROUNDS
up to the-highest state cultivation. 'L ND"'OF"PROMISE' i I By authority vested in me'as President, I hereby call a meeting 'TEN YEARS, AGO must be paid to,the treasurerC.JLCarson :. "
at the State 'Bank, on or before "
The property fronts.for more thana FULFILLED. r 'of the State Chamber of Commerce, to be held at Ocala, Florida, AND FOR $15,000 THIS Monday, the 6th, and on Thursday r
mile 'on the lake, and has si bluff i .
October 23rd, 1913. !, WEEK. that officer 'sent out the following: ,
several feet above\ the water line notices: ,
which extends the entire length of the This has been a week of big deals __
; Article 3 of the Constitution provide that: <( "Kissimmee, Fla., Oct. 1, 1913.
property, forming ideal building sites. ';:in and around Kissimmee, one of which
"Every local Board of Trade, Chamber Commerce o( Com During the,_past ten years prop "My Dear Sir: At a meeting of ,; '
was the E.' C. Smith.ofthe .
But directly on the lake shore andy,l'' purchase by erty values in Kissimmee have shown the subscribers to stock for the ..establishment "
extending back a'mile laid out j grove and forty acres of land own mercial Body organized in Florid for general upbuilding purposes, a decided increase-tn fact the Increasehas of a hospital in Kissimmee ;, .

the townsite, to be known as Thurman I j ed by Sam B. Story, situated about six and! having at leait fifteen members, shall be admitted to membership been marked to held Monday September 29th, temporary
of which has miles from the city and fronting on, ,. as attract the
City; the plans possibly, officers of the organizationwere
engaged more of Mrj.'Thurman's attention East Lake Tohopekaliga.; ( "" in the Florida State Chamber of Commerce, on approval of attention of investors all 1 over the ; elected as follows) Harry W. "

than all else of{the tract. It The Story grove has for years been two-thirds of the bodies. represented at any meeting 01,.the Florida country .. Thurman, president; S. Triplett. sec. '
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is the intention**to" leave four blocks I regarded as one of-. the j best in ,this State Chamber'of Commerce, and" shall "be. 'accorded'1' the.. An instance of the increase ofreal, retary; C. A. Carson, treasurer.. '
vacant in the center, of the city, in ,section, and has been ihe''cause of. estate'.;:' values,here Was evidenced this' "By motion, unanimously adopted,

which will be:the city hall. and the, many dollar being added to the bank 1 j representation! week-'when Messrs. H. C. Stanford E. +' the secretary was Instructed to notify

grounds surrounding converted Into ''account of.its owner every.season, butit's ),' "Each such commercial body having fifty members, shall be entitled L. Lesley and S. II. Bullock purchasedthe each subscriber to stock that the first
a beautiful'park. Two wide boulevards an awful hard job to lead a cattle' old Okeechobee building and installment of 25 per cent of the stock

will extend from north tp //s youth and i. man away from: the trail and confine to two delegates, and for every twenty-five members additional, grounds at the, corner of Pos lel av- ] for which they subscribed 1* now: due,

from east'to west directly through the j him within the limits of'what' he terms one delegate. Commercial bodies having over two hundred members enue and Broadway from Harry W. |-and ispayable on or before Monday,
L. city, the one running east to west being 'a yard, and Mr, Story has followed the I Thurman for the sum of $15,000. j I October 6th, to C. A. CarBOn, treasurer ,
'called Thurman avenue' and the cows too'long to forget the feel of the shall be entitled to but one delegate for every fifty members above Ten years ago Mr. Lesley bought at the State Bank of Kissimmee."A .

one running north and 'south'Orange ,I saddle and the excitement of the that number. this'property for $2,100; six years ago meeting >f the stockholders will

avenue. These boulevards will run round-up, therefore it mattered little he sold it to Mr. Thurman! for $3,400, I be held Monday evening, October 6th,
"Delegates shall be active members of the bodies they J
to, him what revenue came his way represent and Monday the Lesley at! the council chamber, at which *ln.permanent ..
to the outer edge of the park at-its same waa one -"
-cimtf'CI' ,and will be mado of such ma1 1 from the sale of oranges, his grove was and shall be selected by the local organization, 'at tteii' ahnnal I of the three men who paid $15,000 for ;. . : organization will be'effected : '1'

jteriiR as will not only be lasting but i put on the market and found, a -ready meeting They shall present credentials from the secretaries of It. And that is not the whole story, I' and definite plans adopted. d
smooth and noiseless. The park will "'buyer. for on Tuesday Mr. Lesley purchased "Your;prompt compliance with the
be laid out'in walks running in angles, t J The new owner came here from Nebraska .> the respective organizations, which credentials shaH certify the twenty-five feet of the same lot front.. above request for remittance and )'Our'presence

circles and squares, and be made of'1' about ten months ago, and number of members authorized to vote, in the Florida State Chamberof Ing on Broadway, paying therefor the at the'meeting, Monday,evenIng -

.cement or other suitable material, all |I stopped with C. II. Funk .at Milliard's Commerce." sum of $3,00o-Just $900 more than is urged." "
to be lined with palms or trees and :J Island; A'season spent in and around % the entire grounds and building cost There has never'been a scheme pro ""\ .1

shrubs of a tropical nature. - 'the magnificent grove of Mr. Funk The date originally set for this meeting was Qctober'9th, but him ten years before. posed or'a proposition offered in Klssimmee '
did the work of Mr Smith This transaction is fair that has me with more'hearty +
It is the intention l of Mr. Thurman making / a conditions, have arisen during the past few-days that necessitated a sample
of the rate at which i response from our people, and it is
I Cracker in feeling,'and to be one in property has increased -
to make most liberal offers to those postponing that date to October 23rd, principal among which was safe to that the amount
I fact requiring the ownership of a in Kissimmee of late years, say of stock
"' desiring to establish factories on any grove, he lost no time in taking over the acceptance of a position by Secretary H. H. Richardson that but i the greatest increase has been in necessary to equip a complete and up-
''.of. the five acre tracts, one of his prin. 'j the Story property, Mr., Smith says necessitated his removal to a foreign land, thereby requiring, the the, last five, years, or since our city t.o-date\sanitorium will be subscribed ;

..all taxes, permitted under the state 'J hs was never more contented in his work of notifying the bodies of the meeting by a temporary secretary.I had its. second birth and the people twice over, and It' is probable that
0 1 "al !taxes permitted under,: the state life I generally awoke to the fact that Nature those having the I matter In .charge
I 1) than since coming here and his -
_._ of the Kissimmee
.t. have appointed Mr. C. F. Johnson secretary
...... ', only regret is that he put oft doing so I I had paid Its full debt in the will 'see the need of
A has already'besn form- > Board of Trade to in the capacity of temporary scretary until stock at
company -until gray hairs began appearing on serve shape of health, climate and produce $25,000 instead of $10,"
ed to handle the gigantic proposition, his scalp. : such time as the State Chamber of Commerce, shall elect Mr.. Richard. tive soil. 000; the amount first proposed. '

among which are'some of Kissimmee's son's successor. sIt On every hand can be found cases A most urgent' plea is made to all
financially strong me!}, but the. head ISHAM RANDOLPH Identical with that of the old Oke cho- subscribers to be present at the meetIng ,
and moving spirit of. the company is i is needless for me at this time to urge upon the several commercial bee tifc lldiogrThe writer, who U Monday night, as it fs desired to *'; ,

Mr. Thurman, and to him 'more than TO LOCATE IN JAX bodies of Florida the necessity of a closer affiliation upon all fomewhat in thy class of Job's turkey and open the aanitorium {

to anyone, else, will be due the sue- things pertaining to the welfare of oar State, as each and every man as to financial matters, purchased a at'the earliest possible. date..

cess of the plan. And that he will 1 knows that only through a combination of forces'can we ever hopeto dwelling and 'grounds .oil Main street .
make a suc'ceslS of this Venture there News was brought' to' Kissimmee achieve that for which the tour ':years ago; and more than doubled LAYMEN'S MEETING J
those,reforms and good
is not the least doubt, for he has I|today by the parties who visited Jack- bring about his money in two years' time; and this The Laymen will'hold their' regular 4 4,
j sonville. this week in the interest of Staie' Chamber of Commerce was organized
brought the Graystone Hotel up to : same writer was offered the land now meeting Sunday afternoon at the
the standard where it today ,reckoned draining Kissimmee Valley, that IshamG. An invitation is extended every duly organized body in Florida occupied by S. B. Aultman as a truck Christian church, at 8:o'clock, and as ,
the leading ho stelries of the Randolph, the.noted engineer, who of Commerce and send fall garden for $20 an acre four
among to become a part of the State Chamber a years ago, important business will, be discussed ,i
4 South, and he is .displaying the same has been connected with pome of the to this meeting at Ocala on October 23. which land today would be considered it Is advisable for all to be present hr
energetic ,spirit and business foresightin most gigantic projects of the world, delegation exceedingly cheap at $d00 an acre. and a cordial invltation'ltperby'e:: '"

this project that has marked his among which was the Panama Canal, These organizations intending to be represented atti.e'eetinr\ It matters not in what section of tended'to every man and boy I Isimmee in'Ku .' 1

: Career In all his' undertakings since and who as the head of the board has to be held at Ocala will forward the names of delegates together1' the city you go, the" same story II',' and Osceola tounty. ' .-IIt", ',, .

[\ something over six years just completed survey of ,the Ever- with their per capita tax, to the temporary secretary .at Kissimmee, told=that men who a few years ago Some ,special' music has been arranged ".
ago: I glades, has decided to open branch of. him for information regarding the admission owned ,a few acres of ground they and i It' is the earnest desireto
,, Jacksonville and will install Fhu, or apply to ,any
fices in could not sell for
, which the money enough to have as large an attendance as possible
METHODIST CHURCH his son as. manager.'. Mr. Randolph'shome into the State Chamber of Commerce *r conditions under buy a guinea cow,,are today'classed .. .,

!Services will be held in the High !is in Chicago. ", meeting at Ocala will be held. as well-to-do citizens, and are passing W..If. Jones, Chairman.The .
School auditorium. Dr. Sibert'a subject The locating of :Mr! Randolph' in Don at Kissimmee, Fla.., thi 3rd day of October, 1913._ their' declining' ;years In peace and '

for Sunday at 11 a...m.::will be Jacksonville means much for that city H. CLAY STANFORD, President, comfort and happiness >,. regular meeting of St. John's .l x
."The Harvest;", at 7 p.. m., "Why and equally as much for ,the whole ; Secretary. State Chamber_of Commerce. But such i.,life to all who take up Guild will be held at the home ft ),Ira;
Christians Believe in Everlasting Punishment state ''ot Florida, for',his,, name:and . C F.' Johnson, Temporary. heir'residence; in this 'most favored,' W. J."Sears"nezt Tuesday afternoon,
." A cordial Invitation, Is extended fame 'has penetrated.'' '''the ;remotest section. *- October: 2nd.... ,* at 4, -,',:look.,, ;

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1 A manufacturer writes, and puts
; ,, "If Florida
M' thiS-rather trite question:

' H I ". Is ''!luch 'a wonderful Vegetable section,,

1i, [j n why do you not, have canning establishments I

1-i instead; of sending [for BaltiMore , t'I I -
iI I'ft. -canned! goods'?" 1.1,i .

It's hard to, make "an upcountrytruck 1! B
1 .S i qtr'S" -
i. growe'r understand"that the Y

} Florida grower is so taken up' with
"'. big profits in northern; shipments of

"' ,vegetables ,that he will not.. bother,
.. ( j!", about marketing the surplus, or even ,
i I ,the whole crop, if it does not happen I

q 1 I .' ,to hit the market right. I .
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Two years' ago a man traveled"
I \ "1: through the country begging (theytruckerg I GROVE ,IN WHICH BARBECUE WAS HELD. I'YBOR

," \' ,,. to arrange: sortie nlan whel'e.1 ____.n. ___ _n___, _

I\ tl \ by he-o id handle'cucumber' picklesin 1 I, 'but Bell it if you feel like it, charley spooning with everybody in the corporation
r ; "But," said the I CITY ONCE '
I ,. large quantities.) .' limits ought to be taken back> :
''J growers; "why. should we! cut the cu-- '' "He-was: a little nervous-and finally] into the wood-shed and relieved of her

j .t I .... cumbers pickle; size and sell when themat I ilk: l I !' SOLD FOR $100BY I :told him that he had made $400 overflow'' of affection with a. No. 11
wholesale prices ton we '
per '
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in which
+ 'one
/ a 1h year was a pretty good slipper laid carelessly' acros. the Mj>-
can get a fancy crate price by letting 'profit and if he felt like l j jI.
lets We had sooner see a girl kite
1 1I I. d' them grow to the cuke size IV( II CHEMIST ROSE I of ,it and letting some other fellow a'blind shoat through' .a barbed wire

1 Jp, IB.'*, That, is but one.instance of the kind,'\t ,I.. make some, too, he might as well bepatistled II fence' than have her change partners
printed articles -
although we frequently see
. with what he had. six nights a week in the front parlor
)' urging,the establishment of can- BUT THAT WAS 30 YEARS AGO "He sold that land and It" asn't 'a'i, with the lights turned low. It. i*
I" I year before negotiations were on for harder to marry off a girl who has
t'i instance will to'an-L 1 I
t Uc"! Another serve bringing, the Ybor factories here from Leen' pawe dover .by every boy tn .tbe
\ dwMs
question. Some
', ewer! the ) years ago THE CIGAR INDUSTRY HAS CAUSED |i Key West 'and Tampa began to': boom. community than it is to fatten sheep.
i \ '.. a St. Mary's\ textile starch factory I THE TRANSFORMATIONFROM I wouldn't dare guess how much thAt o npineappje Ice: You can't goldbricka

..{i t .' ;'I\'I'i': ' tried to'get farmers to plant cassava,; 'BARREN WILDER' property is worth .now." sharp-eyed suitor with second-hand.
: ,/ guaranteeing to' take the crop at a
s t
: certain price per ton. NESS TO THRIVING ,
,;' i Now, cassava is the easiest raised 'CITY. i I II ." I, .) .' ,. .. .."' ,"... .

'! r" crop of anything grown in Florida. It .. .," ", tI'I'",'j '. ",, ./'f-7-"- ". ., '" ,.'' u"..'/
( is planted in small pieces in a drill I'' ", ..
"I remember," said State Chem- > "" ,I "
t' can . 0
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I \' t ,. and multiplies so greatly'and the\ ist Rose, who was in the city yester- :,11 ,, \ ".., ,'" "' ,, .{;i,:,
roots grow to such prodigious size .
' t day, 'when property values In Tampa
1 that it would have been more profitableto
: \ were not what they are today. Some
,, for that 'than I
( grow factory potatoes -
Tiv' wonderful changes have been made
\ 1 are in the north. Ii
f' I I within .my time and I expect to live
But would the farmers grow it, although I i
{ ,' Jno. ,11(. Lee, who made possible the success of (the barbecue. .the market was assured? -No, to see' many more of them, too," says ,
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; the Tampa Tribune.Mr. .
A ;. .. the'price was not fancy enough. We I Rose was engaged 'in the great
could instances but this
multiply is
it drainage Undertakings of the Diss-
sufficient for our
The much talked of Methodist bar the light and say: 'that looks good to The fact is, the purpose.grower in Florida tons, 30,, years-ago, and had chargeof :
becue now and bite then hand it their land interests in this state.
? at Southport is numbered I me, take a over becomes obsessed with the idea that
among the past pleasures! .of the sea to the waiting man or woman or child. he must make a fortune out of the lie came to Tampa from Louisiana,

son, having been held as advertised. After witnessing the performance repeated ground in short order or he will not I coming in by stage coach from Ocala

1 on Saturday. : for the seven-hundredth time, turn a plowshare.It and Brooksville. Tampa was pretty
1 Te>> tell! the story of what there was I I asked John what he meant by taking is all because of the inflated "get small potatoes then, there being less
{ ; z ,* to eat, how well the meat was barbecued a bite off' every piece of meat before rich quick" notions put into the headsof than 1,000 people here,, though it was

f how delicious the coffee and how ,serving it, and he replied, 'Now look intending settlers in Florida. even then the trading center for this
the weather would only be know all about section 'wholesalers getting their
,r pleasant here, John, you may I "Come to Florida and live like'' a
t I' a repetition what. We have written growing oranges, building new king," is one of the flaming headlines goods in by schooner and sending;
I, \ about every barbecue held in,the oakM' churches and barbecueing meat, but of an .advertil ement published in the them out to the interior towns jn! ox-
{ p .. grove at Southport dt ring the past you don't know a thing' in the world magazines.Now wagons.Mr. I"

I *, ."i"Jr;:::",J ", five years, so we merely 'state that about real downright politeness! and there are kings and kings Rose was stationed at Kissim- ,
i ir'" ''r'fIl'.' < all those good featuresvere there in courtesy when serving meat'to poor and be is mee, but he frequently drove 'in to
"., to sure, ,no one, more a king
q' l [ ,:; , plenty and to spare. innocent men, women and children. than he who stands on his own, broad Tampa and. was .,well' acquainted. with S.

I f t j\ \i!'". But,there were a few,;instances, a You know that the Valley Gazette ad- acres and, makes things'/'grow;,' but the"-cityii, Miller!!I "&jL !,ender on werethe'chief {PrJ s

:1 : i ,' few little occurrences, ,that are' not vertised the meat that you would hand the kingly idea conveyed of sitting at trading-firm" here then. and

i on the schedule of any of the past would be tender, and I pro- ease under an impossible palm tree, they did a large business.

4 barbecues, which went a great way pose to see that you make gqod that with a leaf like a mastodon banana,' "I recall seling) a piece df )land to G

,- to make the day one long to lay up- statement. So the only way I can be fanning oneself' with a 50 dollar pan- a young man that would have made
permost in the memory of those who positive that these good people will ama hat and having half-clad sirens his fortune if he had hung on to it," i

s i. attended, one of which was the extraordinary imposed upon, and to save your carry one water from some Ponce de said Mr. Rose. "lie! was a conductoron

\ I,. energy John McPhatter diSplayed fair name 'and keep it as free of spotsas Leon spring, 'while cocoanuts lined the little railroad that ran down J

t r ; as head waiter and general the snowflake is to sample every with gold leaf fall from the trees at this way and I he came to me one day

t. t dispegner of barbecued meat. piece before passing it over to such one's feet-that picture is quite beyond and said that Mr. Dissto'n owned an

t q The story of Mr. McPhatter's ,capacity innocents; a< John'Beaman' Bill Harris the royal truth, even in Florida. eighty near One Mile creek. That is
e! for meat to the writer and Jo You just about where the brewery stands
'I't comes Clay nson. run When now ,
a body of sure-enough farmers BUNCH OF GRAPEFRUIT GROWN AT.sOUrl PORT.
f } :. r + from most reliable sources, being along, John, and attend to your own settle in Florida men who will till and the eighty embraced much of I I
: l: ; 4 vouched for by such an honest and big knitting; 111 1 do the right thing at this the soil l not inl what is now the Ybor City section.
only lu C;
I t '" 'p fellow as Jno. M. Lee, who never was job. I'm an old hand at this business, but who will be content speculative with "I let him have it, The price was WATCH YOUR DAUGHTER I goods: any more than you can fit a .
1 a remuneration
# known to deviate a hair's breadth from John, so don't worry.: I'll save your of to 1.25 an'acre, and he paid the $100 and The mother who allows sixteen- bathrobe on a goat.
$50 for
r +_ ;. the straight and narrow path of truth. ,fair name, even though I choke. I've $100 an acre got the deed. 'There was big talk year-old, daughter to float around the There are lot of weak-minded par-
r ; it .. It goes about in this fashion (nbw this only three hundred more bites to take for gross crops jn addition to a': big price about Tampa then and' he thought he township a"'top buggy \mtil 2 a. m., ents who are" going up against th*

I'I s is Jno. M. Lee talking) : "Did we have and then I'm throughAnd as I market fancy is right crops, then when may'we the northern talk of would make some money all right. I with a counterfeit sport of weak jaw judgment! some day with about all'

a good' time, why, I should say we turned way,,sadness. upon me, Mc- told him to hang on for h$ couldn'tlose. and weaker morals, merely opens the i, much chance as a cross-eyed girl ata
canning factories, castor oil
t' did":"-the grandest time any crowd of Phatter took another bite the size ol front door to grief and disgrace, says beauty.:',show, and their children: will

[. p t people "ever' fad in ,this county. We the roast I set. before my family of.: etc.We believe in the great'vegetable '"Well, he heldit about a year and an exchange. If you don't know' what" rise; up and call them blessed with

1. had torn of beef, bread and coffee, and six., industry 'that then he came to me one day. company your daughter 1 keeps< or what the enthusiasm of a one-legged: man ,
yields thousand
dollars -
I 3 'it looked like everybody brought along Now, that's the way the story came 'an a "Mr.: Hose" said he, "I've been offered i time of night she turns in, your roar at a club dance.-Arcadia Enterprise.

i i grub enough to.feed Huerta's army-of to us who was so unfortunate as not vorable acre but, when everything is fa. $500 for, that land, what had 11 when the gossips get busy will sound !, A woman always enjoys a play more >l lif

1. ,: + j Greasers; but you missed the chance'of to be able to attend. You can take it good old, fashioned we believe more in the better;: do?, I about as pathetic as the wheeze of a'' it ca'n make! )her cry or if pie heroiJ1.ra''i l ; |

: t. 'your life when you failed to see the for what it's worth. duces farming that pro 'I think it will be worth more,' said Jew's harp. The girl who insists on wears a dress like her.. I Ii

I f. way John McPhatter handed' out that While the proceeds were not much hay, coI'J1' cotton,,sugar-cane, ----. _ ....!. ._ ., a!
1-. '' ''frshort. horn steep that _had'been roasted above the expenses, there was not one potatoes and truck crops to put up incans
;, 1 to a fare-you-well. How enough for our own use and
did he do present but who stated it was the most
I ,., 'j 1 it 7 Why, he would take a hunk about enjoyable day they had spent this enough to spare, rather than send out n

r Lk k c : the .size of a watermelon,-hold it up to season. of the state for baled hay, corn, syrup ,

________H ___._. ._- -- and other commodities that. can better
u be grown at home.

When Florida becomes selfsupporti i

j. e ing in the main essentials, as well as '
i supplies the north with oranges, pine-

apples, 'turpentine, lumber und early

:ri !l Y ; Vegetables, then will we be kings'and : . ,
f a r
4 princes indeed.-Orlando, Citizen. }. i .} rya ,
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." .iA: ,, Every knock is a free advertise .1
ment. Any time In N f
". a man isn't'afraid ,,..
, of you he will ignore you. r h
1 L Father used to start his dinner with' arjyi
f'I I a spa an appetite; But Son starts it with : _

LJL an appetizer. i

4 ': j ,,a u ,; 1 tion I never of a man could who figure kills out-a woman the affec-because '- I

he loves her. :

c When, lie tells Her how unworthy I'I'i

: c 1f' 1- he She is doelln't of her-believe He doesn't it. mean it .and' .: Y."L' i JJ

The meanest cuss: 'in the world is ,

.{ ,,W. ,'I The. Way they.,, Looked. While Eating; Barbecued et-a: Southport: I to the pay roan for who another'man'will rob his own family i 'II

{ < a1 v ,i f t drink. '., BOAT :THAT CARRIED. THE. PARTY TO 'SOUTIIPORT.;

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OSCE9LA CORN TY'r ind he F.have E.completed VC.. people to are Whittier now building, a newown'aome 'SEARS PROBABLE feel. my judgment 1 ,on. what necessarily]"CONVICTS LEASED -action-. taken last, night'In appropriate. ,\

must come In the Quieting titles| '
way ing five hundred, dollars for'th....
.. line
miles south of drawn
a in this country; .b going to,be of'such Augustine Band hundred
and five
'r 'WILL BUILD ITS' straight west from Melbourne.. There CANDIDATE FOR $283.15 EACH City
Importance :
would doubtless. be a town'established FOR A that it is my-greatest-wish j dollars for the publicity work of the
to aee you participate in some of it I Chamber of Commerce.The .
at this intersection."Some
PART OF ROAD SEAT McDougal &: Lytle filed one ,suit last LEASE INCLUDES ONLY ABLE- members of the band have worked ,,
of.tbose'. opposed to the Kissimmee I
week that Involves than $1,000-i
1 INJONGRESS more long and hard with scant appreciation

road believe that the costof,
000,, and in my judgment It is going j considering the time they have
kWHICH' bridging the St.Johns. river would be AND BEGINS JAN.:
'to make suit in District
a Court to devoted
unselfishly to giving public
IS URGENTLY' NEEDEDADD prohibitive, but this"is merely a surmise GRAND finally quiet UARY I, 1814.
as no. authorltlve informationto CHANCELLOR K. OF P. titles to every tract of Inherited concerts and in other ways. They are

1 land. - working men, as a. rule,, who cannot
1t -, - --- .:,MATERIALLY ITOTHE } -I_ ;:that effect_has_ )'eLbeel'!, made_apart --. -, .-- I believe that I owe you a letter'and well afford to-give thelr-own'
Tallahassee "Oi 27: TvearTng"bids
WOULD of record by the committee. It FOR MORE After
EIGHT, YEARS you. know. that I am careless In,, writing the upkeep of the band. The publicIs
TIllS must be, taken into consideration. that of a large number or concerns
WELFARE. OF I HAS BEEN SUPERINTENDENT to my friends and relatives, as I under lasting indebtedness to them.
'jCOUNTY it is ,not the Intent to build the State Board of.Institutions Has agreedto
AS-WELL ASS up OF have not written received letter
PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONOF or a The band Is a splendid organisation
award contracts 'for the lease of
Klssimmee road with a surface of shell from own father for. than and excellent music. It .
BREVARD. I OSCEOLA COUNTY: my more renders Is a
able-bodied colored male prisoners for
rock to the state of perfection that
or six. mouths, but I letters credit St.
appreciate to Augustine.
j the period of two beginning
-' years
Is cf the river toad 'ThereIs'
expected and wish .
building I you would write me a The publicity work of the Chamberof
The question a good road. a quantity' of clay and marl within1 The Jacksonville Metropolis of Sep good. long answer to this letter and in January. let,' 1914, at the lease price Commerce Is being pushed along

from' Kissimmee to some. point. on the I easy reach .along the road that will tember 29th,contained the following. :? it break the news gently'that you have'taken of $283.15 per capita per annum in intelligent lines which will bring great
east coast has agitated our. people for. make a satisfactory,surface, it Is said, the numbers and with the parties following
"Superintendent of Public Instruction my suggestion !seriously and: and lasting benefit to, every residentand ;,
the past two. years', and would. have and at the same time be economical.It . that I : ,C. M. Carrier (
l I W. J. Sears, of Osceola county, is may have the pleasure of seeing, taxpay r.of the Ancient City. An
been an accomplished fact long. ., as 1 is not to raise the stand.. Punta Cords Naval, Stores .Company! ,
ago expected among the, possible candidates for. you in Sapulpa soon. I am, appropriation could be made to no bet
far as Osceola county. is concerned. ut$ of this road to tie ri"e' road a FOrporation), 85).) Hastings Operateing
? I equal / Congress. from this district, having ; Sincerely yours, ter purpose by council. for- the .general
''J Company; a' corporation, 60( East
f provided either Volusia. or Brevard u.ntil the traffic justifies it. The pre had the matter under consideration W. P.. ROOT. welfare of the city. d

Bounties ,would. have upheld their end,,I vious'offer of outside help in the con for, some time. : Judge Decker' says he greatly appreciates -I Naval Bay Naval'Stores Stores Company. Company,a'corporation, 25; Noma. For the action taken!, the officials

but up to this writing the people on. 'struction of this road as well as the, "Mr. Sears, who is known through I the interest shown in this I 55 Tgmoka Land Company a Dela- will have the strong approval of the ', ,uj

the east coast. are still wranglingover I(I fact that it la already graded and in out; the''state as "Joe. ," is an able law letter, coming from one of so able and : 'ware} 50 Clark-Meggs heaviest taxpayers "and the 'leading; 1
whether, they shall build"by thisor everyday use for five or,six miles west'of yer, and has been repeatedly elected as reliable a lawyer as Judge. Root of corporation; 55 Florida citizens of 'the city.--St. Augustine
Compary ,
,that route, or of this or that ma I'! Melbourne means' that the cost of head of the schools of Osceola county the Sapulpa bar,.but to leave a climate Naval Stores, a and Land Company; a Record. "

terial. I construction will\ be far below. the He has been iijleTfrsfed, in pities since like Florida where he has obtained the "
I corporation, 60; Mr. R. S. Hall, 200;
At last there; appears to be a possibility I estimates made by those who are opposed boyhood, playing \ portant'part In best of health, and return to Okla. PLEA FOR ADVERTISING.
Blue' Creek Company, a corporation,
of having a good road from to. it. a number of big contests in behalf of homa for the greater law practice, is, The St.. ,Augustine Record has figured
5;(Walton Land &: Timber Company,
here to. Melbourne, '.as the people. of.J I| "In the foregoing. analysis of ,condi- friends out of. the question. 40 Escan.bia Land and. it out that a million people of the
a corporation,
Brevard county have gotten close | lions! that seem to us to be ample justi- "The East-Coast Advocate, The Judge further stated that unless Manufacturing Company; a corporation United States ought to come to FlorIda

enough together on the question to i i' fication. for the construction. of the ed,at Titusville,makes: the PUbllSh'1. [ his law practice warranted him remaining 50; W. U. Phifer Company, 50; '''Taking every the winter.population at hundred* -
vote its construction. and Kissimmee road have considered in Cloud a
$65,000 for we editorial comment with St. that he would) a
{ Waller Company, partnership
I Turpentine '
million the Record undertakes to show
just 'as soon". as-the route over which future, development. to, some extent, Mr. Sears' aspirations: "- move"" ,to. Kissimmee.<;, as he felt that 40; J. S. Fisher &; Co., ,a that at least twenty million could

,it into be built, can be settled, Work something that history has repeatedly on.".'The many friends of Hon.Joseph. this city" was destined to lead all in: partnership, 45; T.: W. Shands &: Co.. come _to Florida if they wanted to..
will\ begin: proven a wise idea in the case of a Sears, of Kissimmee, are urging him.] land,Florida towns in population. with.' a partnership 30;; D. G. McCormick I and then say that out of the' wenty,' 7' 's

Osceola-county. is waiting patientlyfor country'that Is, developing as rapidly to enter the race for Congressman I in the next few years. Company. a corporation. 50; Malloy f one million-came it would fill things

the result of the conference. now I as this section! of Florida." I from this district. Mr. Sears is an f Smith'&; Co., a partnership, '40; P, M. up .nicely and ,we'' would get ,lots of
in and educator of .o. +.+++ ++ .+ 'O' .o..o. ++++ -
going on Brevard, stands ready statewide"reputation,, and: '
'. 'Padgett" Co., a, partnership, 30j new settlers and everybody. would be ,
'to put a force to work to make the JO:BED AT 9 his been superintendent of public instruction 1 4TOWN+ AND COUNTY O Southern Timber Company, 20. benefited. t
connection. definite meet of Osceola. for. the, '
as soon as county < ADVERTISING 0 It was/'ordered': that the, secretary The' excuse for. these figures and
ing point has been aogre'ed upon. 1! IS SECRET OP tiff! past three terms, and' is a live wire' < 6 return' the certified'checks',which accompanied this talk Is the argument, for. more. r

On this question the Melbourne among'the young. politicians' of the : '
H 0404443'460 ++++++OOO+ the bids of those parties advertising. ., ,
Times has the\; following to say:: state. He is a fluent speaker, a deep whose bids for the lease of state convicts , ', '"Advertising forth*'th. advantagesof '

"It is admitted that the next road \.MARISSA,' ILLINOIS, MAN CELE thinker and a progressive, hard work Just now a number of South Florida were not .accepted; and'that the a winter in Florida mast be placedin

in relative importance to the 1! BRATES HIS 99TH''BIRTHDAY ing map, and as Congressman he towns are getting,out expensive book- Attorney General be requested'to prepare the hands of those'whom we, wish :,. .
district is what has been known-as would have no superior. in the National. lets to advertise their resources and contracts and bonds fo rexecu- to come. ," It declares. "Strong, truth. "

Kiss lnmee road. In parts of the district -,IS QUITE'WEALTHY. Congress.* advantages, all of which will, be expensive ion? by the parties to whom state convicts ful pictures of the de1ig t 'of a'winter ,,

remote from. Melbourne it,Is felt Mr. Sears hjas resided in Kissimmee pieces of advertising; no were awarded as above set out '.in this summer clime will appeal

by some that this road is not of much I! Marissa, 'Sept. 16.-John R. Lyons Since he was a small lad, and has been other would prove profitable.. Most the bonds to be respectively in 'sumsof to many who have 'never given *

general importance.; Those who take of Marissa, who was 99 years old yes- dentified with the transformation of of. them will no doubt be designed to 33 1-3 per cent.,of the, amount. second thought to the Sunny South.".

this attitude have possibly not considered terday, attributes his long life to the Cissimmee tram a flag station to a eclipse all\ previous efforts in that covered. by the annual payments, toe The Record. Is no doubt correct in

the fact that there would be i' fact that he stopped. smoking and first rate city; and of. Osceola county particular line of advertising, and the > made under the respective con- its premises, and it seems almost certain

far more. traffic on this rpad at the I chewing forty years ago, never began from a wilderness where' the vast printing will be sent to concerns outside tracts.. that when the people' become

start than any other one in the district '; drinking and always goes to bed at 9 silence was only broken by the low of the home town if not out of the better acquainted with the advantages "

except the river road. Thereare o'clock. cattle. and the bleat of sheep, into onof state. of Florida' as a place'to 'spend the
advertise South.
strict observer of the Sab- expensive booklets to winter the travel this will double.
now number of settlers on or Being a the foremost agricultural and fruit The booklet will be mailed out pro- way
within reach of this road several miles i bath, he.< celebrated his birthday on iroducinjf. sections of the state., He miscuously.. The recipients will, as a rlorida was spent in sending her and treble and exceedaU expectations. I
: the outside world the
west of. Melbourne."It !Saturday.. Hundreds of. persons. accepted worked his way through Columbia college -I rule, give it a casual glance and handit country newspapers would to be more. effectively ''ad .-Jacksonville Times-Union.,
Is known by the Times that there his invitation to call. Hemet where he graduated in law, having to the children to "look at' the pretty vertlsed. When the world 'comes to. 1,,'",
'them all and shook hands with them. the honor. of being valedictorian of pictures," else dismiss' It from mindas
Is now. .being. made by the land owners, or know 'and appreciate Florida it will OOOOOO..OOOOO.O..OO. .
both great and small in the western 'The invitation was written by Lyons his class. Shortly after reaching his an over-drawn. picture of an exaggerated the medium .. "
be accomplished through
y : in firm and hand which nine. Dann & Darin .
a even ,
three-fourths of the district, a concerted majority he joined the Knights of country sent out by real of' the press-"the world's. ,everyday
I ty-nine years had\ not been! able to. 'ythiab, and before many years was estate concerns.If >
effort. to secure the permission of source of information. -Arcadia En- '1 "
make tremble. Grocery Company
the U S. war department to drain the recognized as a leader in that order perchance it--reaches some individual erprlse.
Lyons' only habit I is the 9-o'cloek to- and elected outer guard, and with each '
St. Johns basin at their own expense Who has the tim eand inclina- -101 Broadway- .
and their prospects. ( of success were, bed habit. When the rlo strikes. 9 year climbed a step higher until now. tion to read it through, and the statements GOOD FOR OUR PRO.GRESSIVE -
he goes to. bed.: If he has company he is Grand Chancellor of Florida. forth CITY COUNCIL .
never .better than at present; in 'factit therein set happen to
is"not. unlikely that the desired per.'I I they. may, retire or set up 'as long asI lie was, a member of our city councilfor strike him and "stick," the first thing Operates the Cleanest Store

mission maybe given within the next, I they please, but he goes to bed.and to six; years, and for four years was that,individual will 'do will be to sit St. Xugus lne city council'1e'to be and Sells the Freshest Groceriesof
sleep.: He has always risen early, but chairman of the electric light committee strongly, commended, Mayor Corbett
few m nths, When this occurs the down and write to the local paper pub- Any House in Kissimmee.
: h'us not attempted to beat the sun along. with the aldermen for enouraging
importance of the Kissimmee road will, j : up! considered the most important lished where the booklet came from {y

be, even more apparent than it is now., I lie is wealthy and a philanthropist.. committee that had to do with' our and say,. "Please send me a ,sample remarks he made, for the ooo to..o.o..oo
Advance in land value contributed to --
I city's affairs.LUREQF of What South --.
It is firmly believed by many in the I \ ' copy your paper. <
district that the .future prosperity of hie' wealth. Florida editor does not. receive a
Lyons was born in South Carolina thousand such letters ?

our' towns 1 depends t your:{back largely eountryt upon?and thedeWelopmentiof ,llI1' 814i.i! was 23 rit.oldI\yh !n :: BUSINESSa' ':tt?'I ; ;. ',:He:gets. ',the,; every',due year time and ; .
w ., 4/
'v'antB became ? '
president its Listen! '
no least. country. can road develop 'without, at' lie has lived in the vicinity of 'Marissa WftL'NOT MOVE TIMJUDGE little glances news'through item in the pages.paper Is Every laden !.r Our

passable since he was 19 years old, and with significance and the whole paper _

. "At least two new towns' on. the has had an intimate personal. acquaintance BRING reveals to him, an insight!! ti the conditions .', furnishing
: Union Cypress Company's railway be- with eighty years of Illinois 'of the country' secondary only. k
I tween'Melbourne and the St. Johns HIMSELF LEAVE TilE SA. '
history. to a personal investigation.He _
; river will be served by the Kissimmeeroad LUBRIUS CLIMATE OF reads: "Bill Smith. was in the will)) please

in .the near future. A few miles'I I' The time is rapidly! approaching FLORIDA city today and, ,sold his orange cropto you. r '

across the river is the Union Cypress wh
logging camp which'' will be reached tu11a; wistful l eye toward the land ,trees. Bill thinks he will\ pick about our trade will

from this road. This camp is a town "of' sunshine and flowers and will forsake Judge S. 1>: Decker is in receipt of 1,500 boxes! from his'hundred trees."

of Itsef: doing as much or more. busU the land.Of snows and bleak wintry the following letter from his old lie reads again: "Dick Jones re.

ness and having larger populationthan blasts and take up their abode friend, Judge. W. P. Root, at Sapulpa, ports fine prospects for a heavy straw- please us. '

any of the towns in t.he.dlstrict where all\ the time is summer and the Okla.: berry crop this winter and thinks he .''h: ftr VaM'f .

with the exception of Melbourne. We flowers never ,die. To all\(such we say Sapulpa,Okla., pt..2U913 will begin picking about the middleof ..--

have previous assurance that Qsceola come to South Florida\ and locate in Judge S. I)'. Decker, St. Cloud, Fla. January.! Dick was offered 25( ,

county will meet us at the county line the ,highlands where the whispering Dear Judge: It has been Belong time cents per box, for his entire crop."

with a road leading to St. Cloud and pines give off an aroma that'is health- since 1 have heard from you, likewise'a These two little items would have
Kissimmee which means that our road giving and Invigorating and where long' time since I have )written you. more weight and therefore prove mor'-;' I

would be a ct ss-state highway, connecting you. will forget your troubles and lose. However, I hear from. you quite often effective advertising than all the glow- \ ,

4 the East Coast with Tampa all\ your ailments. Apopka has just from Vick and and also from Mrs. ing statements you could crowd intoa w0

, and 'other points on the West Coast. such inducements to offer to the home Decker. On the '15th of this month I handsome booklet' printed in all the :"

West ,of our county line a few miles !seeker and the glad hand of welcome Mrs. Root and! I attended the Barnum- gorgeous colors of a Florida sunset, ,

t LA' Osceola county's extension of this w'll be extended to. all good citizens Bailey circus in Tulsa and met Mrs. no matter how conservative those

"i road would cross the new railroad that who desire to. locate here. Decker and one of your sons at the statements might be. i .

""l -------- that night. We all\ came homeon The point is this; The local news- .1i
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d ----- .-= : : : : : .....- .aS A.A._+ _..."_ train. She was looking is an institution. It 'gives to .. :
"" r,''','r-, ''' ?4twv the same paper
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fi !} .fi. } >?4.: "X" 'l''! '! .XXL'X. .. ....._
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: ) : : : extremely well and in the best of the world an inside view of the home
.. ?' It Is mistake to think can find
a you
XWE appreciate your X:': humor. We are all enjoying good life and surroundings; in a continuous

such x. I health !and I am working pretty regu- weekly moving picture performance; the same furnishing goods In all stores. .;
trade to an
f I and shadows )
There are some enormous showing aH the lights
extent that we aim to it. lar suits now.being filed in this county at pres. in,the scene. On the other hand, the Our "prestige" has made us so strong 1

.t p , always hold it by i ent A number of them, which involve booklet shows the town and country' 'In the esteem of many manufacturers, , '.
It looks to !"in'its Sunday clothes" and with its '
w. BEST QUALITIES' II: mo as more if the than best! part of litigation in best foot put forward. The Informa- of "strong" lines, that they have given .,:.

,.......'.CS LOWEST PRICES' v xtr 'this country is to be in' the near future tion it carries to the world is there exclusive for their' goods. '{
us agency
s FURNITURE STOCKS *:t and I BO often wish that you were hereto fore taken cum grano sans. :
Q. .V satisfaction I advise with me. You know that I What then?' Well, you can: mail This means that you must come to lis h'l,

\- In which you get Z always felt that you. left here the newspaper to the man you desireto .
r.. G' t" lasting satisfaction tG : at the wrong time, and 'I feel more interest in South Florida for less for these strong lines. '

",, with every article it: than ever, if you were here, that you than your: booklet cost and Fet much We are "strong" on ties, shirts,underwear -
': is'assured by in' the next better results. Isn't that enough to.
sell 'would accomplish more
__ __ we you i hos -everythlngn the furnishing '
in do-
convincing two. years than you possibly can in the say nothing. the fact that so ,
, business policies see our offering for :- cl ; think since build home institution '
0(10 our ; next fifteen years. I also ing you help up a line. '
t proof. of, our real bargains."EVERYTHING 'i talking with ,Mrs. Decker, when'she rather than an outside. concern. .
IN FURNITURE"Prices 'f visited at our home shortly after she An institution, too, that usually proves' We 'are strong on "hats.

that .mean a ,quick moving-some of returned here and that on the even- the greatest single factor in the Buyyour furnishing goods, hats'and s .

the specials: ing of the 15th at Tulsa, that it is I er progress of the town and develop clothes from us and'you will be "strong J
VI I desire'that you. would return ment of the country. in which it is lo- t

..S WHITE. SEWING MACHINES, greatest here..From her conversation I inferred cated. Several Florida towns have with" 'everyone you meet. : ;x
IVER JOHNSON BICYCLES the above. mailed out"their newspapers to prospectors '5

i'1 ,. OLIVER '',TYPEWRITERS Vick "Is getting along nicely and at public expense, and in no H.: C. STAMFORD' ; CO.' ,- : ,

while ,I do not want,you to take this instance has the experience proven .: ,: .,
CO. dictate or disappointing.! ,
KISSIMMEE FURNITURE i letter' that I am trying to for.
one-half of the money spent
but I
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of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Black .ell, of ADVERTISEDXETTEBS

The' Gazett'e.PUBLIsHED aa4aoaoaaoooao. aaae .: KISSIMMEE MEN Ashton, and the gryvjr Is, a popularyoung -' lRemaining
; Kissimmee Valley, ., KISSIMMEE business mail connected with in the Postoffice'-at I Kis
TALKING simmee Uncalled For
: the Hi. C. Stanford store. .,
r , KISBIMMKE, OSCEOLA COUWTT. FLORIDA ,:_ OSCEOLA COUNTY Miss, Bessie Black well'of, Darling.. ....w
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cousin of bride
I 4aooaaaaaoaaaaaooaa ton, S. C., the wall
W. B. HARRIS .r..t.v.; ,,' . Owner. .0. ..j NO DRAINAGE present for the ceremony, and will re- Advertised list for' tho two' weeks

Y? S. J. TRIPLETT '. . .J.--' rEditor and Manager REPRESENTED main the guest of the family of Mr. ending October 18, 1913. ,

$111ry i 1 ,=:' -- ,, = ;11.60 KISSIMMEE and Mrs. J..T, BlackweH, at'Ashton for Auitln,, Fred Lewis. Will
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One on year ItalUy, Mrs. Mattl'
I One copy, ai zroonthi __-__._-_.. .It One copy ree-months--- I AT Mr.BIG Chauncey'REUNION Holt returned ,,Friday FOR THE KISSJMMEE VALLEY several'weeks.. na.Ba.,, MI.E..le'l Jo le Jackson IA-ne.Lock 0.Mr R.P, Mary

f All communication, except from -our authorised. correspondents must btIsrned from the Chattanooga? reunion Those who were present from Kissimmee I3attle. Mrs Mln Master Mrs Julia
s ._ .__ by._tha writer. night - .- were .Mr and .Mrs. 1L. Clay nie B. Nelson J31* _
I R ).ct.d matter will not be returned i le.cali "dto'r---; ; .... of'the C.: A'R': MrrHoltTiays :Baker; MI. 'Mam'le Smith Ml.. Corln-
---- event, and Florida was well IN CONNECTION WITH THAT Stanford, Mis. Roma Thomas, Miss Colt,,.. Mrs Sadie 1, Smith. Albert ;
. JBaUred the'Poitofflc In KUilmmee, Florida! as second-el* mail matter a great the Orlando G. Bess Moseley, and Messrs. E. L Lesley Clark. LlHl "tan I..)', Mrs. U_''
wants SHAM
represented. He NOTED ENGINEER, Evan. Jack Thomas Walter i' ,
z that the Kis-'" R., W. Cobb, Fred May. and C. F. Uoodson. Mrs/ lagThomas Ed.
i FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913. I 'Board of Trade to know RANDOLPH) AND MAJOR "I" ale' Warn. Alberta :

.. : ___=-:-.:., ------c-_ = ..-=--=:= ..__ _.__1: ..' slmmee Board of Trade was on the I SLATTERY. Johnson Hlyon. A. T. Wltchard. Sara '
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1JO1 Immediately after the ceremony the Hills H W lt Mls. Hallr: ;
: .... maintaining .a
at .Chattanooga '
' LOCAL, MERCHANTS SHOULD ADOPT THE POLICY' job Y bridal couplmi this city.and Ivt'oyrL0.8t..r. Wllllarna Mr"'ElJr'
lenklnsMls. Haiti '
t new stand from which a twenty-page la Belle!
: PURSUED BY MAIL ORDER HOUSES edition of ,the Kissimmee Valley I Ga- Yesterday's Issue of the' Jacksonville are now at home -to their,,friends at B. B. SIMPSON, ;.:\ "f'

' retail business, 'have, fette was given away Mr. Holt '' Metropolis had the following to 812 Penfield avenue.SENATOR Postmaster;"!" ,
: : The methods of doing business, particularly the<<_ ,
that this kind of. advertising! of distinguished
thinks of the trip of a party -
fit' : Undergone a.change. There is a disposition on the part of the country helps I s town.-Orlando Sentinel. say Klssimraeeites to that city:

people to buy at the county seat, and 'many in the county seat towns are 't "For the purpose of discussing' two DONEGAN ,CALOMEL ,UNSAFE ,,

trading in the larger nearby cities. BOTH COMMON SENSE big drainage projects with ,Isham G., \

'' Ten years ago over half of the business of the country was done in AND BUSINESS SENSEIt Randolph the. noted drainage engineer MAY MAKE RAGEFORJOVERNOR. Local Druggist Who Sells Dodson's t
and common sense
the people of is persistent who is shortly to make a reporton Liver Tone Guarantee '
towns of less than 5,000 population. But today two-thirds of advertising that counts. It' is estimated ) It to Take

:,I., the United States live in (owns of five thousand or 'less t but only ONE-THIRD that the '1200 copies per issueOf the Everglades, a delegation of f the Place of Calomel. .i
prominent Kissimmee citizens, including +
; This is amazing fact, but it of Osceola county, _____
,;1' of the business is done in these communities. an the leading paper State Senator Arthur E. Donegan,

l ; proves that trade is being drawn to the larger' center. sent out by the county commissioners, P. A. Vans Agnew, W. B. Harris, edi- If your' liver is not working j just

these changed''conditions, among for1' four months; $5,000 expended by right, you do not need to take a chance j
There are reasons attributed to' tor of the Kissimmee Valley COt
many :
Orlando, and $3,000 by the Lee county SAYS P. A. VANS AGNEW 'a
: on getting knocked all but hy doseof
r them being: better roads, better train 'service, more interurban railroads, and/ commissioners for similar! : purposes, Capt. Clay Johnson and J. M. Lee, is ; '
calomel. Go to the Kissimmee
J.t J. in the city, as is Mr. Randolph.
automobile I will bring fully $1,000,000 into these
"One of the projects involves about Drug Co., who sells Dodson's Liver ::1
,t 4 The parcel post has been a large I factor in making .these change. In fortunate sections of the state: through 800,000'acres of fertile land, in Bre- BUT THE SENATOR DECLINES TO Tone, and pay 50 cents for a large ."

t \ ,' ,.: _, stead of being a benefit it has worked harm to the,merchant in.many way. investors and good citizens !so secured.A vard, Orange,"St. Lucie and Osceola DISCUSS THE MATTER THIS_ bottle. You will get a harmless veg- ,

'f' ;1,' The small. dealer who has let his down depending upon the J.parcel paper'which is a credit to1* counties, upon which Mr. Randolph has 'FAR IN ADVANCE OF etable remedy-that will start .your

"'I has driven trade from his munity it serves, both in makeup, and made favorable This liver without violence, and if it does
) 1 : post. service to keep up his sizes and styles, away character of its literature cannot fail already report. ELECTION. )"
not give complete satisfaction the
H project is somewhat similar to that ,
door. to bring immense returns( when placed -
i druggist will refund witha
'' evolved about ten by Geo. your money .
l' j The farmer trade and even the town people who have been able to obtain ,. before the people who are seeking years ago smile.
Hopkins, which was enjoined by Fed- Yesterday's issue of the Jackson-
: ; : : ; a 'good promptly from t the merchant! are not content to wit until the merchant. homes and places for the investmentof eral Judge James W.. Locke at the Instigation ville Metropolis contained the following l If you buy a bottle of 'Dodson's

,( f.l orders the goods 'for them from a,Jarger city. The farmer takes his family in capital. It is the most economicalof of'the Jacksonville Board of : Liver Tone for yourself or your children

i 'J, : I the trolley, train or automobile, and goes to the city where he can buy' his mand advertising of a community channels which at the would com- Trade on the ground that fulfillment "State Senator Arthur E. Donegan, you have insured your family

goods from complete assortment, and get.what he wants when he wants it. progress, and the results of its circulation of the plan would affect the navigability -, of Kissimmee, who is in the city on relief from attacks, of constipation, I
biliousness lazy liver, and headache.It .
1 r conditions is better advertising by the of the St. Johns river. Is the possible candi-
!: s r Still.another, clause. for the changing! firthis 'manner are both far "Under Mr. Randolph's plan how- buatjjess, among I. as beneficial ..nd' for children -
.. manufacturers ,and merchants in The larger cities and towns. The manufac reaching and lasting. Other placesIn dates to succeed Park Trammell' as for adults. A bottle of Dod-
it is claimed that for fearon
ever cause
Governor. In the Osceola
.. turer selects a trade mark for his goods and then advertises them to every the state are adopting this same this score Is completely done' case man son' Liver Tone I. something every

j 1\ i man woman and child in' the United States. He creates a demand for his method of ,reaching the outside worldIn with. In his official report Mr. away Ran makes"heard the from.race,"hs will undoubtedlybe *' man or woman should keep in the .

.t goods, and he makes the article so uniformly good all the time'.that the consumer confidence of satisfactory returnsfor invested. dolph says!: 1 I house: Your money is safe because J. t
the small
comparatively' sum Donegan registers at -
present return the bottle if It'f.ns
e !My conclusion it that the lands you can
'f soon learns to appreciate it 'a* being better than a similar article, with .-St. Lucy County Tribune. covered by investigation can be from Kissimmee, but we hope he to satisfy. 41-lt J

)I 11 no name or reputation behind it. my will at no distant date register from
successfully drained without Impair-
), ,L The. more progressive merchants get the benefits of the manufacturer's I COUNCIL WILL ing the navigability of the St. Johns : Tallahassee," said P. A. Vans Agnew, GAY LIVINGSTON 1

t. ( advertising by pushing the goods locally, being liberal in the use of the local I INSTALL NEW MACHINERY river, and I, think a project for doing : another Kissimmeeite, today. "Senator .

) newspaper, and making the proper display of the goods in their stores., the"At use the of present the city rate power of increase and light in this can be determined so certainly' and Donegan his election would make would a fine certainly governor insure -, AND S. W. ALLEN 'f'fI

During the last ten years thousands of small merchants have been forced plant service it is'only a question ofa in advance of doing the work, thatit a business administration of the.,
with of the
will the
out of business simply because they have ,refused to adapt themselves to the few months until Kissimmee will, meet approval State's affairs." I>>PURCHASE TilE INTEREST OF J. 'j
United States engineers, and so remove i
conditions. have their trade from them need an addition to her lighting and I "Senator Donegan didn't care to discuss .
changing They seen slipping. away all objections which they have W. WARD IN THE FLORIDA '
g'' merchants in larger cities and to the regular mail order houses, and many of power facilities,"says the Valley Ga- heretofore urged against the drainage ,' the possibility of his running, but NAVAL STORES AND .
zette. The demand for new Installa- 'I it is believed that he will face the 'I
these small merchants sit idly by and refuse absolutely to try to'use'the same project. starter LAND CO.
ion of lights 'and for the use of,powerIs when the race is on. lie Is a
methods the mail order man has adopted to secure the business-advertising. increasing rapidly and the superintendent "Major John R. Slattery opposed the I'banker and one' of the largest landowners .-
old but it is that he will
plan, hoped
There i is no way to change the tastes of the consumer who wants better merchandise is said to have Indicated that and developers the state. Great big deals have been ao numer-l '
take Mr. Randolph's view of the newproject. I .
and f better:>> assortments thanformerly, but you can keep the trade at In, view of the increase in demand its I ous around Kissimmee the past week -1-1 I

: home by the same persistent advertising campaign that the mail .order houses 'necessary to install new dynamosIn I'Drainage of these lands and their ):1 I J. M. LEE RECEIVES t that m.we hear of a. different: one every. i,
order to be ready for the coming :
I '1 have been conducting for many years. cultivation and development would time we go'on Broadway, the latest "

J The Valley Gazette( has been-continually, preaching the policy of buy at winter must be season.most pleasing A report; to the such people as this of mean a great deal to Jacksonville,' said j; IIANDSOME,, PRESENTFROM being the purchase by Gay Livingstonand i,
Mr. Vans Agnew, 'and I hope and believe I S. W. :Allen 'of the Interest of J.
: home, and some of the' merchant who,receive the most benefit from this, sameboosting Kissimmee, for it is a certain Indica- that all opposition will be withdrawn I W. Ward in Florida Naval Stores A I

of our town are so lax in their advertising that it is no wonder to the tion of increase in population and an .' { <<, UrI.KNOWN FRIEND-LAT. Land Co. Y

writer that the mail order houses receive some 'business that rightly belongs advance along commercial and indus- "The .other project involves the EST MODEL OF WINCHESTER The property of this company con-

to the city.The trial lines.;-Times-Union.; drainage of 1,500,000 acres in the famous ,. COMES' TO HIM BY EX- sists of five large turpentine stills,

6, big merchant keeps everlastingly the mails Kissimmee Valley si'-tion, embracing three being located on Kissimmee Island ,
city advertlslng'through COMPETITION AND ADVERTISING "PRESS. '
l ,, c, '
/Strenuous the". counties of Orange, .. ; J '
It/;, in newspapers,, magazines and catalogs, yet the home merchant seem to go to /, competition iO'business "' 'I,,," , .. I "" \' 'M"' ''" ,'" small of workmen r .
', ceola, ,Polk'; DeSoto and Palm 1 Beach.Thedrainage <" \ " " "army are required
J .
< : J 'L l \ : -1" 1.1
d>r'a!; 4 i sleep 1 on theo) b. \\ '!';'!f;, ;W 'lJ',::} ;f, I, :.W'Jbrli'; ..X4'li' 't\J Ji: A.:'..M*" ," 1..".,!' .' \l" "i..: I,' hasmade; advertising ilnO't.only i l ,,!ntportant I would 'extend fromlLake.HartTrT ., 'J t man'brou& operate them. This 'company has :'
;;,h", 'c". .. ......,', ",,,'''/!.I\\tI/j\tiA\t( : \;,\! : \ buL necessary |The dealerrwhoismoat l ; ,, When|the 1| express| g h t'j J J just: contracted': for'sixty able-bodied "', ,
-- !
I -- "II1ij Orange county7to'Lake"Okee3chobee. ; "
thorough'in advising the"pub package to Jno? M"Lee this week and
We understand that the'di r, of "Whatever Florida negro state convicts, which they use
helps helps every lic what Mr. Randolph is to be em- .
t"t".f: as to he has to sell is'vel'y stated there were 'no charges on. it,
J the Herald is If Florida is the motto of the as choppers and dippers
: Mulberry a woman. city, liable to be most successful. ployed to make a preliminary reportas that gentleman looked sidewise and at
is and don't doubt it in the Florida Commerce Both Messrs. Livingston and Allenare
she we State Chamber of Millions\ of dollars are'expended in to the feasibility of this project, once thought of bombs, black hands ,

least, all) we have to say is that she the second annual .meeting of whichIs this country for advertising, the and in case the report,1s, favorable the and devil machines, but he finally,mus- practical turpentine men, and fully
is the Herald better to be held Oct. 9th. It understand what it means to take over
f making a paper. was organ amount having.Jeen increased from land will be drained at the expense of tered up the courage to it, when \t
P than her predecessor did. ized at Kissimmee, Aug. 15, 1913, and the owners as provided in a drainagelaw open five large stills, when the average man
[ year to year. This demonstrates that lo and behold there was about as pret-
I 1 i -e- \ the Palatka board of trade Is a mem- enacted at the recent legislative consider. one still a real man' Job- i
advertising the advertiser. Not in the rifle line,
r r pays ty a thing as. ever :
o ber ofthe Palatka The '' of this
organization.- session. headquarters company a
Ed Lambright certainly hit upon all the money paid? for, advertising is I came into Florida-a latest model V32 .
will be located in
t a happy thought when he turned the News profitably invested,. however: ,Someof "Other large land owners .are here, Winchester, with a range that is guar Kissimmee.: :
r of the editorial on Mon- o it is loss this for the purpose of conferring with Mr.
writing page The Suwannee Democrat does not being attributable anteed to kill a gobbler or buck at thedistance DAN'GERS -\
I day of the Tribune, over to the, news- mince words in speaking of a certain partly to the character of the goods Randolph and Major Slattery." j from Southport to Lake Cy ,

t : gatherers. The: comparison shows the advertised, partly! to the character of,. press. .
t *
class of people, as i ia shown by the Beyond all doubt he was a boob, a
f S ,5 real merit of Lambright's writing. the advertising mediums used. POPULAR YOUNG Mr. Lee says"that he can't
r 1 following:' You fellows ,who have j imaginewho mushhead and a slnm. He was straight 5
been cussing ails paper''' and saying. Those whq regard advertising purelyas could be so kind 'as to 'send him from the country, and his whiskers, as 1

r 1 y'; J The mayor of Gainesville has issued 1t is not worth anything but to wrap' a business investment and give it 'COUPLE MARRY such a present, as there was not a O. Henry would remark; were such f

'" orders to the town,marshal to kill all up dog scraps in, had better pay up that thought and attention which any mark orf the case of any characterby that, on the slightest provocation, a'I 'I

dogs found running at large unmuz-. or-shut up. If you don't like the paper line of business must have. to be 'sue- MISS\ META BLACKWELL BECOMES which he could ev.en identify the flock of field mice would run out of ',

,.tled. We have known dogs that we you don't have to take it, but if you I !cessful= ,seldom have failed to receive BRIDE OF'MR. GEORGE place from which it cpme. Anyway, them and scamper down the' street J 11
j I
I thought were more entitled to ''life, insist upon taking it, suppose you come profitable returns from their adver.. he is going into the wood. on the lie stood, his feet wide apart, his !

liberty and pursuit of happiness than around and pay up your back sub. tising outlay. j L. SAWYER. morning November 20th, and get hands! 'in his pockets, in the middle pf I I

l some men we have met scription so as. to keep us from, los- Care in selecting the advertising :.._- : him a buck, a gobbler and a bear, his the asphalt. I '
--=0-? medium is perhaps the firstthing to A pretty home wedding was that of only fear being that '
I l i ing what religion'we have left by .I tjte.ball from his "Hi! called a newsboy, in a bored
Editor Franklin ,of the Calhoun cussing you. be considered-provided, of course, George !Sawyer:; to Miss Meta Black- I rifle is liable to go with such speed manner, "Old fellow, if you don't move, >. I
fc that that. which is to be advertised has well, at. the home of the bride's that it will kill than three buck
Times makes an appeal in his last issueto --- --t -- more the first thing you' know, you'll have ..'
delinquent subscribers, saying he L. W; Zim, editor of the St: Augustine merit. There must be the proper relation ents at Ashton, Wednesday afternoonat I,{ in which case he will be arrested for your pistol pocket full of street cars," a:

rt has been forced to' cut his force to Meteor,'wants the postmastership between the character of the 5 o'clock, in the presence of a few violating the game law, Popular Magazine .
of his If goods to be advertised and the char- friends ana'relatives.. I .. 1
: there
funds city is
one man for lack of and that he a man in -- ,_. ... ..
is in "needy condition." That fact is Florida whp is entitled to anything acter of the circulation of the advertising Tp the strains of a wedding march -- -' ,,

not by any means a compliment to political, it is Zim, for he is not onlya .me'dium, if the advertising is rendered by Miss Bessie Blackwell

the people of'hfs section, and our advice Democrat through and through, but to. bring the greatest possible returns. cousin of the bride, the young couple

''' would be that unless his appeal he is straight, honest, upright and Industrial l Index. entered the parlor' ,. the bride accompanied e .

r, 1.' t'' is heeded, and that without delay, that fair in all his dealings with all men by her sister, Marguerite The

,, l he close up shop and come! to Osceola at all times But men. like Zim rarely WHERE THE NEGRO HAS THE Blackwell. and the groom by"his best Dixie Theater "' ,

I : r I, 1 county and engage in strawberry cul- get their just due. BEST OF TilE WHITE" N I man,'Br. George E. Parker, from separate

I. " :: !I E,, ture.., He can* make a good Jiving --fr- To those who have friends among1' doors; and marched 'to the altar Entire Change of Program Daily

i '' 4 here with' half the exertion or brains One of the 'important questions to the missionaries to cannibals it ia no I arranged .in. one corner, where the '!

'I': ,f be discussed at the Cost Congress doubt welcome news that man-eating I ceremony was performed by Rev. 3. Matinees
{j t r'. ; ; required to run a' newspaper. I every day. Matinees will
r ,.:' +1I 1\\ - *-- which meets at Ocala in November will people are not fond of the flesh of D. Sibert, pastor of the Methodist dart at 3:15. m
be: Is the middleman-the advertis- white. persons, preferring that enclosed church in this city. Evening perform'. \
I The of 'the Palatka News l II | .
copy arriving ance at 7:15.
l agency-a detriment to the newspaper in a dark skin. White man's Immediately after the impressive -

1 tl i A. .. at the Valley Gazette office last ? It is' to be hoped the meeting . flesh, according to a scientist who has'I ceremony punch ana cake was served Parent *requested to send their ;:
t week "offset" the inside
was on that .
will result in convincing the editors spent long years in Africa has an un- with mints, and each children the Matinees.
r guest walt pre to Ad
it was impossible to read I it. Now we ,. : ,
"1> of Florida that they can't run a pleasant taste, due, to the fact that his sented with a souvenir wedding bell mission ..
a 5
make it a rule to never miss a line of cents
5J dollar newspaper on a pauper price food often is sharply spiced and because tied with a pink ribbon. ,f.

sl j .:. t N to that footnote excellent it is paper a peacherino, for from headline for real i advertising rate. ,, he eats a great deal of salt. The color scheme was pink and -:,:- . EVENINGS 10 ,CENTS TO,, All -: :- ,i
4- It should be '
some consolation to white white, the bride being dressed in .
,;' ; : } news, and is one of our mainstays in The only honorable and honest way persons destined'to' furnish the chief silk charmeuse and'carrying bunchof a S ..' ,

'\ ; ", :itL, clipping the latest and best stuff going to stop a newspaper is to step into dish at a cannibal banquet to know in jasmins while the bridesmaid a SPECIAL, ,, '
: ,..4 w: round. In fact this' "offset" has put the office and all worea d' if'/t"
i n's in i "white funk," and we fear the get a receipt and pay' up have your arrearage name, their advance consumers.that they wouldn't They could agree with, pink silk, charmeuse gown and carried "WHYSee' the answer In three t Tonight ! -:
hardly pink roses. The i'--j
:. ,V. G. 'wfll :this week not be up to its taken off the list. To fire your paper be expected to eat just such things as I with' pink 'and white parlor flowers.was decorated .' Saturday afternoon and evening: .' '1

' ; usual high, standard for that reason. back at'fhe publisher marked "refusfd" "
would make their flesh '
a delicacy The "
'Punch bowlwas "BATTLE OFfSAN'JUAN'HILi. "
_t,, r .t ""S We trust Bro.> Russellwill see that in when you owe six months o'r.a not humiliating to-the white''' man by Mrs. Roma Thomas and presided mints over !

future his "offset" sheet is Sent to year and never go, near the office; is to'' be told that as meat he is inferior served by Miss Bees Moseley and were cake C Three Reels lif

,KQbe.AJlenn te.d of the Valley Ga-: rot only disreputable, but superlatively to,a native of Darkest Africa.-Savannah by Mrs BlackweH, mother of the bride.
sette. -, dishonest welL Ei. "
at : News. The bride is the attractive
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 3. 1913 '\.
tit \ ?ACE S&, ..

THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE A. S., Reed represented Kissimmee' MILLINERY ''OPENING- 5 .. .. . ,

Telephone No.,11 busines lif. In Orlando Monday' Miss "5 .. ",.
; Bandy ,
announces her: fall open- \ f' "" (,n". 01 I><0'j
Boys' wash suits and 8 ing October 8, 'afternoon and evening.
rompers, ' '
.Published. Every Friday' By. to 8 years; The Woman'a Shot>>. 41 It Miss Bandy spent ten weeks in Europe) --- -
W. ... UAtttaa.LRr ., this summer and Visited 9t.ttMlt1L
the famous
Coronation _cord and novelty, braid wholesale i millinery,houses l of London, ylJtUJ t4t : 1!
at The Woman'a Shop. !oo. and Paris, where the'styles originate,

and also'the houses ..
F. H. Lawson was among the Kis- in New York, Philadelphia .. 0
'Weather Report simmee business men who visited Tampa Baltimore and Atlanta 41 It --S f : : ; v.. ' .
5 .. JJ
,this week. PRINTZESS ._-, -- --- :: -. -- .. .. u
Following are the daily temperatnres Mrf and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, of :PLAIDS"1
R. D. Gulce and family returned last STYLESwill You'
most cordially will have prosaifeeat .
Kissimmee in ,are a -
; ; and precipitation as are the city today, arriving ,
weefc from their summer home atLovejoy i be of ." 4
ODe the place im
,, |ported by the Government Ga. night and registering at !
elation at Kjssimmee for the :, the Hillsboro.-Tampa Tribune. moat prominent invited to be 'with howiag.MATLASEE.. .
I us '" .
:weekending Oct. Sheriff Frank Gordon of Orlando feature of the ,
2,1013.JMix.Mln.Baln in"; S.DvPeck r,...Cloud's-attorney,1 .,....o--... ;..,- _. :: -- .. .. -.-,--',-,- -._,--, r. .w ..
: : spent'Monday' thls-clty on business season. 'I
paid a professional) visit to Kissimmee WOOLENSFOR
Thursday _..._ 85 68 ___ connected with his office., .. on Wednesday, and I during our
was a pleasant ? .
We Invite
Afcday;, 87 68 ... your : t .
--- -- Miss Ruth Butler left 14st Saturday caller at this office. COATEESRATINE
Saturday ___ 89 '69 _._ inspection.Distinction. .
? _
for Jasper, where she, will teacha AUTUMN STYLE
Sunday v____. 91 69 _... A meeting ,of the American Wo- EXHIBIT ,
Monday.,_.._ 91 ,69 ,.. kindergarten man's League wilj' be held *t the'Chap Is la 1U I a'

U Tuesday' __._- 9110 66 W. B. Crawford;left"Wednesday for ,ter House Saturday' afternoon at 4 in Dress" iafaneyin '
.1 Wednesday October this conatry. r
Wednesday .*. 88 68 __ Bradentown, where he has an exten o'clock. All members are requestedto I eighthfrom You will aeeRATINE '
be present "
sive legal clientage. ,, -. "

Born, to Mr. and .Mrs. Roll Over. E.,, Nelson Fell, who everyone here SPORT COATS three afternoon : on display La oar.

street, Sunday, September 28th remembers as the man who developedthe store to quite aa
4 111111111 I I I I 11 I 11 I I 11 I Ii a Narcoossee in quite a range : extent. A
section bit
daughter, ,' but now liv- '. .
ing at Warrenton, Va., arrived in the of colors! will hire to 'el hi-thirty \ later we will show
i i THE LOCAL FIELD 'i iIIIIIMIII J. C. Palmer and wife of Winder- last . .
city night', and will remain a few their place in our ,', youRATINE .
mere spent Tuesday and Wednesday days enjoying. society of., his numerous ,' evening '
In-the city guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. friends. showing. .. ," EPONGE
Illlllll I III 111I W; Miller I on Main street, I "I ,' v- ; .,. (.. ...,,,;'i';;,", ::'''''-11', "
W. H. BroVaw with Griffing Broth- Sheriff L. H. Ingram J. W. Miller ", . ; I{,'::, :,!:.,"'<:''', '

I era, the tree people. 40-tf ,Misses Phillis Jarrell and Virginia and J. J. Griffin motored over to ...... i -::. (

Tiller' left Wednesday night to enteras Windermere Saturday and made an '" .,L".. I .
I Dr. C. L. Hyatt paid a professional students a't 'the State College, located ' inspection of the many fine citrus -- ; "
visit to Tampa on Monday, returning at Tallahassee: groves in that section., They were ylutumu i f f aJfc f S -. (Xut wnCorrect !ljet3 :.
I here on the midnight train. 'Commissioner t ''A. accompanied on' the trip by S. S. Griffin { ___
County F. Bass
I 'Eight, good mules, wagons and hafI who is one of the big, cattle men of the Orlando agent "The Fitrite" Frock a ) a e' Drem .. ,
I ness for sale. at bargain. L. H. In- the St. Cloud section, was transacting News reached the city this week of for day and evening ,'( For Women: '. I <

I gram. 40-tf business here! this week. the serious illness of Col Andrew . t '. I .

I F., W. Hill, postmaster-merchant at S.,B. Aultman, as usual, paid Tampaa Johnson at Sanford, and, the hope, is "
I Narcoossee business visitor'to visit this week and universal with our people',that his recovery "' *
wju, things are
says .
Yesterday'\was the Jewish New JOIINSO
will be soon and that he will
I Kissimmee on Wednesday. moving down there almost as rapidlyas will again be one of us to enjoy life Year; consequently the business houses A 'romance of some years ago was' Who Cooks

I Miat Mary- Dixon spent the weekend they do in Kissimmee. in this. beautiful and healthy city. of M. Katz and the Greater New York brought to a successful close on' Sep. I .

I at Pass-a-Grille, the guest of, Mr. Mrs. J. M. Taylor and daughter, r Store were closed. tember'22 at Cullasaja, N. C.," when
I '' Keros Johnson, superintendent of Mr. E. L. Johnson was wedded to Miss
and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck Martha, after a summer spent with the waterworks plant while crankingan If you hesitate to wear shoes that Eugenia Landrum. For You?

I W. D. J. Sumner Is now ready to Mrs. ,Taylor's parents at Berwyn, Pa., automobile last Tuesday fracturedone have been repaired because of looks, The groom has been a resident. of *
have returned to Kissimmee.Miss .
I take orders for all designs of white of the bones in his right wrist. you don't knot our kind of repairing. Kissimmee for ,several months, own II

I bronze monuments, grave covert, bead Bessie Lawson, one of our Dr. Hicks was called in and set the Come and Visit our Champion Repair ing a bicycle shop and ,numbered If eating the delicacies: prepared by

I stones, etc., 85-tf county's" most efficient teachers, l in Injured member and Mr. Johnson- i is Shop in rear of Citizens Bank. A. A. among our substantial young businessmen the world's greatest cooks you can be, ', 'I

I Terrell has charge of the school at Campbell, spent now getting along as well as couldbe Witz. 41-tf while the bride is one of the I reasonably sure of good health and
Miss Flora accepted a .
I position in the sales department of the week end with relatives here. expected.Thad! The county commissioners will meetin fairest daughters' of the'old.Tar Hoel happiness. .,' -

I Niemeyer & McLaughlin's bakery, and If you have not received copy of Oliver and wife, after a summer regular session next Monday, when State. They'arrived in ,this city last HEINZ'S '
I Miss Agnes Harris of the State College week, and are making their homo at Horse. Radish, ,Sweet Gherkins,
assumed her duties on the 1st of the the October issue of new Columbia pleasantly spent with relatives .
will appear before them in the interest the residence of Dr. W. L.'' Winn. Chow, India Reljsh, Sour Pickles; To-
I month. Records, call and see J. W. Prentis. and friends in Georgia, have returned.
That he knew what heat o? organizing a canning club basco and Chilf Sauce.and Apple Butter -'
They are. free. 41-tf says never See notice of Miss Bandy's opening.
I Mrs. Claude Ansley and young son, Tilt like until the past summerandthathe among the school girls of this county. ;.. . 41-lt e,' C.
I Marion, have returned to their home in Mrs. W. M. Ferrill and. -children are ARMOUR'S
I is thoroughly ccred of the habit /,
Thad Oliver has opened a pressingclub
I Kissimmee after a delightful visit in I the guests of relatives at. Boston, Ga., of' leaving Kissimmee. to hunt cool in the old Valley Gazette buildingon FREE MINDS, FREE ANKLESThe Top Notch Grape Juice, Veribeat
lUve Oak, the guests of relatives.-Su- ,and will not return to Kissimmee until weather '. ,--J Canned' Meats, Pork and Beans, Star ,
= Darlington avenue, and is touringthe .truth Is'that the free mind has "
jjtajnee Democrat.The the latter part of thlsmonth.G. Hams, Cloverbloom Butter ,
in search of business, sayinghe _.
i E. L. Green left Tuesday for Haines city made inevitable the free ankle.. Our
fall classes in china painting } learned l the art of making old BEECH-NUT :_ *** ...
has :
D. Stokes, who owns a valuable City, where he will ,put the finishing .1 girls are no longer content to be tied
of Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman will open I clothes look"better than when they Tomato Ketchup and Peanut Butts. '
grove on Lake Butler, about twelve touches to the interior decoration of up like bales of cotton. They have S S '
Thursday, October 16, 1013. For information miles northwest of Kissimmee, was the bank building, and from there he were new. learned the use of their legs'' on the LIBBY'S, -

I call at No. 116 Mabbette transacting business. in the city Wed- will go to Dundee to completed' large bicycle, on horseback and in Preserved Raspberry, Blackberry, t

St. Orders taken for Christmas and I nesday. painting contract for the HighlandsLand H. D. Gill, mayor of St Cloud, spent field. The masculine,.not...'a Plums,-Strawberry,..Cherry.P..aDcI--

I wedding presents.,. 40-2t' Co. He is accompanied on his Wednesday here looking at the many veiled mystery. . I'' Marmalade and Apple Butter
G. F.- Parker paid a visit .to his orange improvements our people are making. Why should the feminine' leg be regarded .'
Mrs. Green.J.
I The. Daughters of the Confederacy grove-near Loughman this week, trip by Mayor Gill says that winter residentsare 'as a dreadful,secret dedicated We have built up our entire stock "

I will hold their regular meeting at the and says he never had a ,better crop. M.. Carson and wife passed returning to St Cloud much sooner to the allurements of the ballet? I to the above standards and now carry '

I Chapter House on the afternoon of the He was accompanied .on the trip by through the city Saturday morningen this season than has been the' custom After all, our girls may not,be quiteso I the finest and most complete stock -
second Wednesday in this'month, anda in the past, and that already the Won- of groceries in Osceola
Mrs. county'tWd :
.Parker. 0 route to Jacksonville, being en tour 1o1d'and! quite so bad as we, in our ,
a full attendance of members is desired der City is fairly well filled. solicit inspection.; t'r'
: innocence your
Madeline Hill of the state in their handsome tourIng flaming imagine. Perhaps .
I Miss of Mr.
daughter "
and 'Mrs. F. W. Hill atNarcoossee, car. They were joined here" by ..,M r. Ernest Green has "leased for they are right in assaulting the stupid Agency ,//,:,.j ,"if"i '
I N. C. Bryan was. among the well 'spent Monday' here looking 'over'theat'les their mother, 'Mrs. C.;' A.:Carson, who six months the space opposite the pas tyranny; of our sex. Perhaps they are -Honorbilt Dry Sox Shoes. for!Men -

I known Kissimmee visitors spending on display in. our dry goods accompanied 'them to Florida's- .me- senger depot and will erect a bulletinof wise in forcing us to bear the shattering ','
I yesterday in the' city in pursait of stores. tropolis.J. Kissimmee business. This 'bulletin revelation, that the end justifies TAYLOR'S 1

I He to Saturday much as the means. Perhaps they are do-
pleasure. came Tampa board will occupy as space .
night and was registered at the Rev. R.'H. Brock, at one time.a resident W. Williams of Green Cove the number taking space' will warrant, ing a great and noble deed in de- Phone 250 Quick Delivery ,"

'1 DeSoto.-T mpa Tribune. of Kissimmee, but now living at Springs arrived in the city ,Sunday, and will contain only of livering us from the delusion that the 424 Broadway' .

., Formosa, reached the city yeitefffay, and has connected himself with the the same character.: less we see of them the' better.
I At 4 meeting of the representative and will spend a few days getting re- Pastime Theater' in the capacity of There is no doubt that they are FOR
: SALE-New modern ,
9 : business men of Kissimmee last weekit acquainted with his old friends. machine: operator. 'Mr.' Williams has P.W. Hall, one of St Cloud's lead- rapidly emerging from the .chrysalis 2-story
house best in the city. Cor
it was decided to establish a sanitarium had many years experience in operat- ing merchants, spent the day here of convention. They are asserting locality
I in that'city. Over one-half of the Nelson Russell, who fpr the past ing moving picture machines, as his Wednesday, and says he-sees no reason their right to be human beings and ner lot; concrete sidewalks; paved f

I necessary stock was raised at the first several months :has been connected work this week'at the Pastime'demon why Kissimmee should not be the leading not bundles of obedient duplicity. They, street Price reasonable. Terms.'

I meeting.-Bradentown Journal. with the Postal Telegraph office here, strates. inland city In Florida in .population are shedding their selfconsciousnessas Address' P. 'O. Box 647, .

I < las accepted a similar position at Fer-' .as"its advantages are greater well as, their clothes. The soonerwe 41-ltpd i'
I C. C. Patton, of the lower east nandina\ and left Sunday night to assume Attention is called to the tent meet- than he found at any other place in shed our self-consciousness the ,

coast, is here for a brief visit with his duties. ing being conducted by Rev. Mr. Murphy the state he had visited. better.-London Opinion. '.
I his old friend E. F, Collier. Mr. Patton of Taft.: This meeting is-, con
I states that. prospects are ,exceedingly Miss Elizabeth Carson left Monday ducted under the auspices of the Baptist Mayor J. W. Lilly has disposed of NOT A HOLIDAYA FRUITS ;
I good for a fine tourist trade this night Jacksonville to be in'attendance church. :Mr. Murphy is a well his residence on Church street to H. "

winter 'in his section. at the wedding- her aunt, and thoroughly reliable minIster G. Seiver, who with his family has _man was wheeling two childrenin
,Miss Florida Bryan. Miss Carson will known already-taken possession.; The mayorIs a perambulator while his wife was VEGETABLESS. '
I Sunday morning at the Baptist also visit friends at other points before and. it is hoped"of that the persons tent in in search of a place to store his behind with more, according to she

church Dr. Holt will speak on the returning here. November. '1st. living in the vicinity will attend the meet household goods, and probably will St. Paul Dispatch, when a' pal called H. A E. H. FROST '"

I Memorials to Christ, after the sermon West Kissimmee rent 'either a large house or several out: Commission Merchants. ,, ,Eat '1
I the Lord's Supper will be observed. The new ''Methodist church nearing ing. flats and sub-let furnished to tourists "Well, Bill, 'ow is it ;yer got 1865. Shipping material free. ;

. |At>ight the subject will be The Sin completion,'services will be' held' thereon Superintendent Bratton is adding this winter. 'oliday today?" 319 Washington St., Cor. Jay St, '
. I Small invited. Sunday, October 12tr7"; am} Bishop .
of Things.. Everybody pf Kissimmee by ain'teplied: Bill. "I've got to New York. 140.4tnd I
Morrison will deliver the sermon_ that much to the beauty F B, Lynch, president ,of the Southern .take the 'missus out., ,
I See Dr: Davis, optician,-for glasses, will dedicate the house to the cause having the grass mowed on the park Colonization Co., and Harry A. "

at Park Hotel., Headache cured with of Christianity. ings along the streets, and our peoplegener'ally hunter! president-of the Hunter Land I
I glasses.; Prices reasonable. References should show enough Co:, arrived in the city Monday from "
: John M. Lee, E; L. Lesley, A.IS. R. DeWitt Brawn and w'ife, after,a pride to keep their lawns in .good Minneapolis and left'the following -' S

Nelson, J. McPhatter, J. M.: 'Gardiner summer spent with relatives and shape. Tourists from the North are I morning for ,an inspection of their VERY LOW ROUND TRIP 'RATES .
friends in the Middle West, have returned train, and Kissim i Prairie. .
Walter C. Bags, F. A. Lincoln.Dr. arriving by very holdings on the Kissimmee ;;
Davis leaves Oct. 14th on his op- to the city, and Professor mee must keep up its reputation of I II They- were accompanied from he{e byJ. VIA S '

Itical! trip south. 41ltpdJ. Brown will again devote his time, and. being the cleanest and pretties city D. Clark and, R. W. Meiklejon. .A...TL..A.'N'J'JC: COAST II 'T -
talents to the teaching of music, I i in Florida.Ernest FROM KISSIMMEE a
I D. Woodbeck and wife returned There will be a dime social on the ;. .
yesterday from a two weeks' stay atIgreen The performance at the Pastime last Green, our sign writer and lawn at the home of Mr. J. Z. Roberson $9.85 Pensacola, Flay;, and .rm rn. Tidtets'on sale

Springs and Pass-a-Grille. Mr night was of the highest order, the decorator, will move his shop to the on, Mabbette street, Friday, Oct Oct. 181920th. Limited Oct 29th. U. C. V.

3\>odbeck states that he greatly en- three; pictures shown"Were first class, old Valley Gazette building on October 10, at :30 p. m...for the benefit of the 23.40. New Orleans, La., and return. Ticket on sale -

i imd the outing, the first he had taken and the vaudeville sketch "of Calvin t 1st! Mr. Green has 'surrounded Daughters of Wesley Class of the Oct 11-12-llUi. Limited Ode 18th, extension .

EjjTo.Ver two years, but -is awful glad Clark was alone worth double the himself with a corps of real artists, Methodist church. A program will 'November 8th. '

t |to get back to Kissimmee, He has not price of admission. There i is an entire men who can handle any class of work, be rendered by the members of the 19.40 Asheville, N. c., and return. Ticketsjfa; sale '
las yet 'decided! what business he will change every night of pictures as such as signs, pictorial decorations, class. Ice cream and cake :will be

I' engage J in, but says "he'll get busy inla well as'new songs and sketches by Mr. inside finishing, bulletin boards or sold during the evening.. .Everybodycome. Oct. 19202122nd. Limited November 2nd. -
few days at something Clark, who will be the attraction again painting or decorating anything any- 49.10 New York and return. Tickets on sale Oct I ,

t I *. tonight and tomorrow nightA. where. Mr. Green refers to any.reputable 2-21-22nd. Limited November '10th.
6P I D ."S. :wife and chil- Osceola Messrs. J. M. Lee, J. Wade Tucker, t
W. Downing,
citizen in Kissimmee or .19.20.M bile Ala. and return. Tickets sakOd. v
Jarrell has sold the stock and A. Vans Agnew and ,. : 4
N drew returned yesterday from Mis- B. the character of his work W. B., Harris, .
county as to 24-25-26th;; Limited Nov. 5th. Extension to
will of the Kissimmee Drug Co. left"for Jackson :
; soul,. where the doctor, three months good business standing. .* Arthur E. Donegan '
ry r I ago;!carried hla son, Ben, who for sev- parties Virginia, whom, it is understood ,and II. Arnold, contractor and builder ville Wednesday night for the pur- November 30th. : "'\

leral weeks, previous had been suffer- will arrive November 1 'totake W.will have a shop and .office: in con- pose of consulting with Isham. ,Randolph 32.15'Nashville, Tern, and return. Tickets on sale f' _" '

ling with a complication 'of' diseases, charge of the, business. Mr. W. neetion, with Ernest Green, the sign as to the date that noted engineer Oct: 2829th.Umited to November: 5th.. ',1'' ; ,
G. Hankina has been selected to man- would begin ,making a. pre- ' k. '''''I'' I
I would
in Valley '
old '
the that the change in he -
hope and decorator For' information reservations call ;
painter or ,
business ,the arival of this section to as- on. ; '
until of "
s I benefit him, and we are glad to state age the Gazette building on Darlingtonavenue I I Iiminary survey , ; W. C. GILBERT,,Ticket Agent Kissimmee "l .: ..
I that Ben returns to us mu
I and It no set-back occurs will be completely ,, not mentioned, but it understood it work, in anything in his line. Shop I I I Kissimmee Valley.. 'They returned .' Tampa. 1L;;.; .. ''S S
y for
l; I restored; to his 'former good I. in keeping,with. the.values.of, ether 283; house phone 186. U40-4tp here last,night .' 4Rry
this ; phone .
I health in a'short time. i+business deals in c ty. A. .
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: HLI'i! I OZONE MYTH' is necessary no evidence to for kill supposing the germs.that Thereis the FLORIDA CATTLE 1 lilt pleased with from the 'I "curbstone storesturpentine and rosin, than all CLASSIFIED I:

; quantity of ozone that be toleratedby broker" who don't even pay license the other states combined. It has ADVERTISING
or go to any: expense: of showing 'you large fishing resources and has the
: t: ." -, EXPLODED .BYSCIENTISTS germicidal a human/being action. If has(disinfection the slightest f : ARE BEST IN THE around. only sponge industries in the United .

States. It has ripe strawberries at five Cents Per Line
'I much We will admit there are a great
is desired it can be more I
a room
UNITED STATESSAYS that do not Christmas time, when all the North is .A. Lath Jnsu
: ; .. I effectively carried out in other ways. many real real estate men on :eFOR
4 in disinfec- know what the word ,,conscience means. locked\ in ice and snow.,
t Ozone is of no value room '
: tion. Experiments also show that Their reputation is as- shaky as saucer Florida: Is an old state !historically, SALE.. .
value deodorizer. G M. GRAC 101)RANCH) of calffoot jelly, and they have got but developments'of the last few yean
ozone is of no as a
';\ HAS NO BEARING ON HEALTH concentration ozone Baron Munchausen skinned a block, have put the Peninsular State on the FOR SALE-Bay addl,.hone. Ai
In great
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--- - ply to E. G
- '- commercial of the world. The Yam Agnew
vhenitcomei tQ lying but remember map lilt
of"'deodorizin ,
seems< >e capable -- .
1: .. MOUNTAIN. RESORTS HAVE LONG tome odorless substances, so that the W1i0 JS ALREADY: SHilM I>ED 23;; will find; :;-"black sheep" tn t toil Florida -future looms -up- .splendidly.The FOR"SALE-Motor boat; 80x8U

J odors are diminished or changed. 000 HEAD TO OKLAHOMA AND families. Real estate is a profession years just before us will see a In, draft, 12 h. p engine., at W;
THE : of Florida cities
'.. '. This is partly due jto the fact that just the same as law or medicine, great expansion gain See'Saundersatthla'oft,4iuFOR
; OZONE WOULD PROLONG ozone masks the objectionable odors HAS 10.000 AfORE' ALREADY eo when you make,. up your mind to they have grown wonderfully in .the

j''t I T '-- ," '. '.-------LIFE'-AND'RESTORE.". -'._ by-its own odor, and:partly4othe. fact ____ BO'UGHT AND'READY/ _JTO invest in real estate; select a good re- last few vaster and the countryside SAL -House. and lot o"T pm
of -- ---- Jlmbe] dealef,1ookr'over-his-listirfgr If willbecorne.the.Jiomesof,. multitudeof field 'SLroom house, 2 do.
I -YOUTH.I that ozone deadens the sensibility SHIP. ..,
I J '., the nose, so that objectionable odors, he has nothing to suit you, tell him people and' the seat of a manifold all lterecJ';- l lothxl36

--- are less susceptible.. Some odors ate what you want and let him find it for Industrial life The foundations of ; city water, 14 bearing R;pe.

': ,: Much\ has been written and said aboutthe' masked by ozone even in weak concentration ; ,Sir G. M. Grace, chief cattle buyer you. In the meantime, if some disreputable ' a great and flourishing rural communIty fruit, orange and lemon tree*,,1.a.!;'
1' I I marvelous effects of_ ozone. All butit, is doubtful whether this for the Miller Bros. 191' Ranch "in! Ok dealer comes trying to sell "are being' laid, and the settlers quire No. 409 Penfield St, or'' w

,: 'the:'benefits of life on the mountains; masking of"'odors. is desirable or ad" luhoma sneaking of Florida as a cattle you his holdings en the side, refer him who come today will Ipherit all the dress Box 433, Klsstmmee, Fla 408, i

in the forests and on, the sea have vantageous. The unpleasant'odor in state, eaid to the agent that you have employedto wisdom that ?comes from experience! FOR
credited to the "ozone' in the. air.\ .' been of those whq are making a success. in QUICK SALE-Two.story elgkt
a been. shops, offices and living rooms, due 1 have here since March buy conduct your case, To be explicit, 'room house suitable
The same popular fiction has been used to insufficient ventilation usually a ing up and shipping cattle for the Miller give your duly authorized agent the gardens and groves. house for' boardint
d; "' in advertising'summer resorts and The man of city and town large porches on three side
l Brothers.
; sign that the air neds to be renewed same consideration that you do your located ,
\ :. sanatorlums. Various ,chemical devices Why: should we deaden the sensitiveness "In the five months I have been here lawyer or doctor, and by'acting on this gives but a passing thought to the resources ' sidewalks on paved street, concreh'
t and of- I of the South and Florida and ,city water, several '
have been We have shipped about 23,000'head of yOWl.
in determining will
of the nose, which aids us advice, you save money and em- citrus fruit
fered to the public to "make the. air I whether the air is fit to cattle and have about 10,000 more already harassment Sometimes something does not stop to realize the actualitiesthat trees in yard. Fib
x>f the bedchamber :or the sick-room breathe? This is wrong in principle i bought and ready to be shipped.: conies out of the mouths of babes and have been accomplished itt the from passenger depot Pot

v exactly like that of the pine woods. Ozone when used fn this! \vay is simply "Your cattle in Florida are the bestI sucklings besides ,squalls and yells near past and what is to be done i in .session given'at once. Good reatoi

All of, which WcCuld{ be delightful if a crutch, to bolster. up poor von- ;I of any in the United States. In saying Enough'said.' -Bonita. Herald.. the, near future.' All the wonderful 1 for selling. 'Price for house far

it were only true. For alas, like" many' tilating systems.; Ozone does not make t I I that. I 'mean that they. are better pro, resources of land and :water, of forestand nished complete $2,600., Big ban

,. 'other popular delusions, the' 'ozone i "pure air" any more, than strong f'picesj I I portioned. They: are Small and clean:: mine are situated. were) the greatactivittea rain. See us quick. H. M. Breaker

l i6 ,'. myth has been subjected to the cord make )pure food. If used in a limbed. If crosst-d with another breed CARSON CATTLE CO. of the immediate future are A Co. .,1.?

I 1, ,, .. andanalytical eye cf the scientist. concentrated, form, ozone has hilth'j the very best results obtained. to be,' and where nature has provided FOR SALE-Five
AND acres of l land andl
'Professors' and Carlson of the I ROLL BASS 'the beneficial climate known for
''I'I I Jordan jurious f effect on both man and ani- I should -advise the crossing of most four-room house !in. Pinedale.
.\ i : University!! of Chicago have! carried on I mal, irritating the tJ1I'0atand lungs. your native (cattle with Poll An as"" the enjoyment of man 'and for the to sell VIITiveTbargaln

I of an extensive series of observations and These experiments$ of the Chicago "In other words,'* continued Mr. highest possible success for the tillers dress Box 172, Kissimmee quick. Ad

I ,. experiments to determine the exact scientists are further confirmed "by ex- Grace, "Florida beef would be the SELL FIVE HUNDRED' : HEAJ) OF of the eoihFlorida ;- 41-tfpd4t Fla

t'' r'1 p. .effect and value of ozone. The results I periments carried on by the Hygienic highest on the market and would b'ririg CATTLE TO 101 RANCH-CATTLE is going to help solve the

J +i of their work appear in a recent issue Laboratory of the California State $1 more' on the hundred pounds than' SHIPPED-WEDNESDAY problem of how to keep down the --.,

'. ' of The Journal' of the American I II Board of Health, the results of which any other beef. :' NIGHT. cost of living by growing plenty of MISCELLANEOUS.

Medical Association. The conclusions -* "Cattle things and growing them at minimumtost.
shipped from at the
I appear in the issue of The Journal here age SCIENTIFIC vocal
same culture
p r. : reached by the men of science is that of 6 years will, after one year ort' our The soil is here, the water, thee piano;,
theory and
) the hygienic Value of ozone would .. These conclusions, of eminent ranges, .increase ;;00 pounds in one I If the Miller Bros., who own th light and warmth, the market is near, Victoria harmony. By graduate

\ ; ,; be hardly worth considering' were iti scientific men simply! confirm the experience II year, while a yearling will attain a famous 101 Ranch in Oklahoma, keep the food demands are large and all methods.College of Music; Europeu

I ,l not for the persistent and extravagant and observations of past gen- weight of 1,000 pounds within three up the gait of purchasing cattle 1 in that is needed is the farmer and fruit Store. Apply Dutton-Iiarria Shoe

t. ; claims made by the' manufacturersand erations. There is no air so good as years. From my observation while this county they began some four man to do things.-:St. Cloud Tribune.. 41-Stpi

i t.l. promoters of ozone generators. outdoor air, and the'6est way to get here in Florida I can see that the cattle four months ago, in another year there

,, .i., So far as the destruction of germs is it is to open a doer o'r a window: Mod-I 'are not getting enough salt. Thisis will not be enough cattle on our prairies HERE'S THE REAL FLORIDAThis WANT ADS in the Valley Gaietti

I concerned, these claims have little or ern mechanic devices for "purify J very necessary for them and largely) to crop the grass off a thouea i-i --r--:" are the means of selling and notIng -

) ,I '. no foundation. Some bacteria are un- ing the air," as well as elaborate systems helps in keeping them up. acre pasture. is. the season when Florida i is property" when all other mew

} doubtedly killed by ozone under certain of artificial ventilation are, in, "Your grass here is, of course', nutritious This week the buyer for Miller Bros at its best, although we have been'told fail. Try it once. I 5 cents a line.

t't'I conditions, but this fact is of .little the main, delusions and snares. If i I but not good for fattening took over five hundred head from the for years that midwinter is its most WANTED good man to do deal

1 I y" .. importance in practical use. Ex. .you want good air-and everybodydoes You can grow red clover here to the Carson Cattle Co. and Rull Bass,. and attractive\ period, says the Tampa Tri ing and.pressing! experience requir-

j periments carried on show that hu- if they .can get it-go outdoors I very best of advantage. I have no sent them westward on Wedneadaevening y ,bune. ed. Apply T; S. Oliver. 40-2pi
'! man beings are injuriously affected and get it, or let the outdoors in .
ticed this about the cattle where Just the neat .
pens now, summer never.oppressive LOST-On Monday
I II\\' .f t e ; by an amount of ozone far less than 'through the open window ,I sprouts have sprung up and, being avery G. M. Grace, the gentleman who has passed and the sweet containing about $9.00.Finds, a pocketbook -

prolific plant, it rapidly spread purchased these cattle, states that i if significance of the autumn expresses please leave at Gazette office mi.
. . . . . I , I . I I I I I I I I I I '1 It 1 I I I I I I I I I I I III 1 I I 1 I 1 I I I . One peculiar feature about cattle is the war in Mexico continues for another itself in the changing hue of leaf and get"reward. 35-tf

: that they will only feed on tendergrasses. twelve months the demand for tree and blade of grass. '

: In other words, if you have cattle will be so great that prices will 1 The woodlands are beginning to S LIST your: property for sale will I

II Legitimate .. : ever noticed them they are constantly prevent the poor man eating beef. The strip themselves of spring and sum Nelson. Realty ,Co. 3S-tt|

:. going over the same ground, keeping! soldiers in the field, said he, require mer verdure'and to cast off, like maidens WADE, the tuner, Orlando

the herbage closely cropped to the about three thousand beeves a day for the bath, their lavish inturg-

y ; . and :, ground and avoiding the grass that I; to' say nothing of the number killed manta which after all, serve only to MEET me at Kissimmee! Drug" C..l

: ; i 5 .. ._ ConservativeMust Ijaa' grown up'and become old and by both federals and insurrectioniststo conceal their beauty. 'Along the wood 'soda and we water will road get a. drink of the, but lilt!
tough. prevent each side of the '
fight fromgetting !
t ed ways, Nature i invites to cool, se - -- .
."You have better facilities in this food\,! questered nooks, where all that i is lack FOR RENT
r ;f. .. state for raising cqttle! than any othur I
ing of an earthly paradise ie*the company -
be the predominating : place in the Union. But," concluded MISS ETHEL LEE vouchsafed to Adam in Earth's.. FOR RENT-4-room house, nice yard
.. : Mr. Grace, "the, breed should be im chicken and nice
Eden Is dawn and' which, ever since hashpcn yard garden plot
of and all transactions proved and attention given to the raising Mrs. .
any , ENTERTAINS FRIENDSIN regarded as essential to the fullest Summers, 008 Penfield, nell
r" : : of proper grasses for farage;"- enjoyment of human.endowment.'A Clyde, (Clyde the 2nd etc W.. rl f
s. 'j'/y/ 4, connected with), theaffairs : .Liv Oak Democrat. . --'- court houRe'leading south), 40-tf
,:\\t1 "," / .. M!;: 4 'rv.oa\ ,sri.':;(ir;'!.5rli"t!) !\'.: \(;4.u; ,':, ::1=" HONOR OJliEU BIRTHDAY ONi carptt of pine-straw, soft and ,
:. of this b 'k'ftfi: ; I,004'04. * U440044AS' ;," SEPTEMUEH : yielding to the step, stretches for unmeasured .
\ti\ ; .
:\ : an /ihJ''" f ,. 0) i, t '20TII'.A.Tf'iiEH'' FOR RENT-A 7-room resident ]
I, i. ,,/ <' ', '' ., ,''I',' "",W-ivu; "II. \: ""M I! 1 leagues and, above one'shead.fthere '
'" Ih: .\ .' *> j ; );'M>! *.1 t
St' Yl) : iHO1fEON'CLYUFVENUF) ) t 'modern
; :: \ : ,*:.t.', THE CURBSTONE( BROKERfl 1 *1 \)',|, ,, '.' '.r'; ,,1.! ' ,4, ,;! ,' !Is,,.arching. !; .,canopy of conveniences, on Main !St
-(0 ? .""'.\ --"I-;'...."..; .i'1V'I-\ .. 1'' "''',''' '," ,iiJ, branches [ : 'IJ'!i';HMrs.J; Summers, 'tJOS Penfield, Sot)
,; Securely and Safely 00> not yet quite denuded of their ,
> Miss Ethel : Kissimmee.
044404404 0.(0(0(00. ; Lee delightfully entertained caressing leaves Ever anH] anon, 'a 38-tf

: If you are in a strange city and ; a number of her friends on Saturday silvery ,lake, now J large, now small, .is FOR. RENT

of all. our. funds and those II taken suddenly ill, you would ,ask 1 l home, September 20th, at her beautiful !t set like a gem amid sylvan) scenery, building OR on SAL&Twostol'Jstore Brack St. Nora

: *6meoife whom you had confidence i in, on Clyde avenue in honor of and an we walk, we may ,IrCiie on either Kissimmee. JI.,. C Stanford 29-tf

I I. of our depositors is our first :. about the difTerent'doctors in the,town' her birthday. side the graceful outlines of green, DWELLINGS. for rent, opply to )K:I
Guessing were- '
,1 Ao and would call the best one, put ybur games played, and just showing! the tender buds- yet tq Tiller.
'I and foremost"consideration.. : casein his hands and stick to like Miss Leona Roberson won a gold blossom and develop into globes of _ .

''I : La sick kitten t'o a 'hot rotk. If any brooch and Miss Georgia- Reeves won gold. The roads are threads of white -,
[ .. of your sympathetic friends! called and a pretty picture. winding hither and thither like the t-

r \ \ We want your business recommenced any remedies, you would The diningroom was beautifully de e- strands of Arachne's web, dotted, now FOR RENT ,

: at once tell them that you had as orated in pink. Ice cream, punch and and then, with peaceful hamlets, resting

on this basis. : medical advisor, Dr. Kill 'Em-Quick i rrake, I were, served. ' serenely in the shade of live oaks. A modern brick

: and he was taking care of you nicely. Those present were :Misses Ethel This ,was indeed the country that house. business "

.1 If yotl have a ltw suit you always employ Lee, Ethel Roberson, Leona Roberson, I God made for man, where fountains of ,

i what you think 1s an able lawyerto Ethel Gilbert, Rose O'Berry Ruby youth gust forth in inexhaustible Apartments in brick build- '
ing with all modern
j | Citizens Bank of Kissimmee I conduct your case for you. If some '!Prevatt, Maurine Dann, Mattie Belle ,streams and where .all that His 'own */.
Harris, Helen l
wise Bass, Edna
I saw comes along and Schweikart Nature
offers can produce has been combinedin Rome furnished for light ;
|, E.DONEGAN' P. K. WEAVER, friendly advice beating: on your case, Orpha Rose, Kathleen Bearden, Lilian sharmful plentitude for His sons o housekeeping

"< ).. : President Cashier i you immediately say to him that you Prentis, Annah Mary Lewis,' Georgia 'and daughters' of mortal mold. 1

:, : HIM IIIIIIIMIIIII Ml. have employed Mr. Blackstone to look lock.Roeves! Mildred Winn and Violet Bul Down by the shore, the limpid E. E. Wells
I' $ after your interest and that havethe waters of the Gulf
K you invite, and the man '
{ 1
V! Real Estate and Insurance]
- - utmost
\ ---- -- --- confidence. his ability with a soul! in him .
must i in '
J t. 'I respond .....
2O3 BrtnJan PA 277.
. What . I
'i A'Y" '..>:'.3' v1 j..w,'> FkeC\kw 1f'i &Y /aY" /""i9_!:. ..>;Tei? ,< s J '. .Gt, a difference, when you and : inanKTui pulsations to the blessing bestowed - ---- -- ----- -
:, :, <( 'i'.:>>::".',.>' ,' . \ i " > I your wife make up your mind to buy I II FLORIDA in dancing bright rippling cove, I -=
f '
?Z'i.} s < .... ." a+:, .$ ..'sr .,., _' 1 I a mall piece of the basis of all value II I or wider stretches sheened with virgin ,

I Buy thin :;.:,' ( < I --real estate1. You come to town on sunlight. Gjven )health and strength, The slanderous tongue. doesn't d<
watch now I a shopping The name "Land half much the credulous \-
andwearitalifetime .$ expedition, so to speak;. means of Flower it is here that man may realize the as damage as
I you visit all the real estate offices Florida is the second largest state in fullest measure of ears. .
; his"earthly
Y J -and find it a mighty strong the Union heritage .
s 'trawler a. you go up the Udder. t:1: l you ride and look and look and rile. east of Misniasippi.\ It occupies -to be alive and about in such

,' iy You cant overvalue, rtj eet I' at the expense of the real estate 'man, a strategic position on the At- delightful environment were "paradise OCOOO' OOOO O CC
, forming "e ueacy habits. s9 TJ r' of course, until he has contributed lantic coast, being one of the' front- now." Y AR'IJ .,
r k 'r'e A.High-powered watch(for hgk.! !i nice little( sum io the yard states of the Republic with And YOU OOKINU Post
j multi-million the
S + { ; more Florida( rural home, sni.Ke-r nOME'
I a
0that -
power ispue. ierr 'P ? salt-water
.. of cousin shore line than ;
your D.:
.4 Z John. Rockefeller any-other of
; confidence ,
k cod Mures pu.clu. in the contentment, gathering under : A 10-room house, closets, pantries %:
I Union.
And t a$4Y4 I and paralyzed his The state has its '
ality. at handjoroe any i tongue answering/ a long rooftree the children and the chil- ; 1 baths, hot and cold water'
man can a.k (for, :'Fie: thinnest (, foolish questions that are not germane shoreline on the Gulf of Mexico. It dren's children, smiling its o electric lights screened back
) a _& z watch made In America I is the invitation
with .
an a I to the case. Then you wend your nearest state to CubaPanama to the wayworn and porches, beautiful> front verandas I
esamdial.. weary, a veritable
jJi South ,
way to another office. America. walls plastered and tinted'
4 On your way, haven, for which old Horace
i .however The opening Of the might woodwork mission finish. Thishouse -
Lord you meet the curbstone Panama Canal have written .
i .. t tk 'inscription ,
: can be used roomlnpj
'' as
means. that
:. n o ; # broker, who carries his office in his flow ., ; through Florida ports will "At secura qules, et' nescia fallere- hone, for private family or rery"
: : pocket.I He stops you and Sally and a vast incoming and outgoing vita.." on stood street Ask Mrs. Sufi. : ,

a t Elgin you: readily J Ifsten and absorb his siren I trade.winter Florida has long been the "Here dwells a cairn conscience and ,mere about It. ,

: I song. A little later you meet_the mogul playground of the country, a life that knows no deceit." A .-room house, modern yare
; '<' chief pf the. Knockers and now that ]tnowledge about the of beautiful shade and ..hrubbery.rocaled ,
k :,' C. A. 41F7, ; j, and listen a .long timo to his preach 4 stop climate is spreading, the summer cli- Ji e-room on brick house street.on Mabbette >

; }.: ment; then the fellow that has always"been mate is being''enjoyed, the records street, lot 100xl 7tt, flowing: welL'
; showing that Sprigg Fleming 1100.00 cash and "5,00 per month
a failure,,"is sure to tell what thermometer never A ( house street ,
you -room on good
t" ; ; r: f a bad countnry you are thinking of goes as high as it, does in the states lot (0x140 1 and SO acres real orange ,
north of the Ohio and CLEANING land.; 4 miles from nice Ilttie <
Cole buying in. Potomac and
Then'you go out with a town,.for ",1100. ::
11 different real estate man and again never as low. PRESSING -A 7 room house, plastered' ,
The products, ,closets chin, cabinet nloe porcb- '
look'and Florida
ride And ride antf look and gardens DYEING ,"" en, corner ,on Rood street '
0 will and groves are now taking 1600.00 cash terms 'On bal '
J Sally ask him the same questions high rank easy : _'
ance. .
'.,1 Northern
markets. REPAIRING.Leave
that The .
she oranges
1; '. . asked, his Competitor, and and A 6-room house, lot 160x1474
.. after all this grapefruit of Florl not i V on rood street, a decided bargain. ,
Ihopping'and ,
it 't\; l'4 fsc yourselves and expense to' the worry to equalled by any grown elsewhere in word ft toy house and clothes. ,only' I(00000. '
> the United "111 be cH/ed :
; :
i / real estate States. tor: and'returned, Ak Mr*..Summers '
$ ; '," ,,01.. men, you wind \Up by Florida is of 60( 'i
t ..j.jI one! the chief lumber Satisfaction Guaranteed> Fenfleld: near Clyde. i

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\\FRIDA'Y, 3, 1113 'J). 'THE '

] CAZIIT'E'P GE 7a \
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Physician and PATieNT Jr,. and Elisabeth. B. FOR LET undersigned -
Carson person* TKHS PATENT Notary Publlo In and for . .. .. .. .
SurgeonPhones Notice I. hereb "rlv that tbe ally; known ",to m., to be. thepersons' FOKATIUK.AND 1NCOR. said County and State personally ap ... .
n un-
d..r.llrn.d ; In and who executed the peared Harry A. Hunt r..Arthur K. Don-

rnorof the intend state to of apply tbe om Tu.d..y. Oat..- foregoing articles of incorporation and Notice If hereby Hven that the under.ltJn..d' vgan, \ A. Vans Agnew. B. L. Lesley,
B. U
upon being duly Vans LEWIS
Klsslmm severally Agnew M. Kats. Jno. M. .,
Office, 191 ** October 'ltb. 1811. ror letter. patent acknowledged before sworn they will apply to the Governor of Lee C. A Carson John D. O'BRYANATTORNEY
OR tbe folio proposed C al" me the execution th.. Stats of Florida on the toth ot Clark. R. W. .
248 Florid* wing thereof for the'u.e. day Melklejon. Harry W. andV.
Ret. O. A. CARSON'. In expressed. and purposes there. October A. D, 111. for Letters Patent B. Maklnson. to ms Thurman well known and. i AT LAWSPECIALIZING

J. M. CARBON Incornoratlng-KISSIMMEB CLUB COM known to m* to b the ,1' .
'I September i Individual "
c A CARSON. JR.. 1111. PANY under her following proposed In, and who -
ELIZABETH B. CARSON.CHAHTKR. charter and article subscribed their
ROMA THOMAS. incorporation names to the '
RIVERS, M. D. (Seal) Notary Public, .St.te of a copy of which has been Hied In the ter and each acknowledged foregoing proposed that he char ex IN
oW the
T.M. ROPO.En of
CARSOKCATTMfl Secretary of State
'. Florida at Large of said ecuted the same for the purposes there '
.1.'tilt. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON COtu'AN My commission expires Mjircb.18, 11111. State of Florida. in pressed, ABSTRACT

ARTICLES' ARTICLES RPORATJOli' Witness mr hand and official seal at ,
J."rh. OF
Offioo Osoeola Pbarm.c1PHONES STATE! OF FLORIDA Kluslmme said County and State this '
nama of this ahallb COUNTY OF > l'JloJ>OSED CHARTER OK KISSUIMKH 16th day of September A. D. 111. ", AND.. : :
' t ResldeDce 53 b CARSON CATTLE .> J oac 148 principal plaoe of bu.lae.. .h..U benth. tOn this day personally appeared b'e- The undersigned hereby associate Notary Public CRAWFORD State 'TITLE WORK
at Large.
- City of Kis.lmmee. Osceola me an officer duly themselves together for the
authorlied of
-------- to purpose My commission '
ollnty.'Florida. with branch offices administer oaths and .becomingIncorporated .. expire*) > i '
It take acknowledg I the laws -<39-St. March ,
/ n .uch pla.oe ?J P108" ln the State ar ments, J, M.'Carson 'personally of the state of Florida. 41. HIT STATK. BANK SLDO. -- -- --- --
'ar.'Go. 1.;. WINN to me to be known .
W Florida and other places In the United one of the persons describ Article I.
State. or ln foreign countries,. a* th* ed In and who The name of this .NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR
executed the corporation shall . . . .
... PHYSICIAN Directors may determine.i articles of Incorporation, and foregoing upon be ba KIS8IMMEB CLUB COMPANY It. P** Flsal. Dlseharsn>. .. .+ . . . . .. .. I .

ARTICLE IT ing duly sworn. acknowledged before principal office, and place of business IN COURT OP COUNTY JIT DO ID. STATB :.

Office 2nd,Floor Will ion Building.RBSibBMCS "rha. general natur of .tha fenslness me the execution thereof for- uses shall be In .Klsslmmee.; Osoeola County, ..OF'JI'LORlD"'OICIDOLA COUNTY ,, ,
transacted and purposes dthe In the State -- -- -- - -
. ? by .said corporation therein eapr". of Florida, and Its busi !. re Kstete f B.
Geerge Iverde
PBOMB t)8) __ _ KISSIUMU.OrncB ,."aU be_to aslCmanare .le.... September 1 estoi
bUY : and Kit nesses may be conducted elsewhere In .*
.. . .... . .
'MIt. Pro...111. FLOUDADBWITT develop lands and conduct a general (81r------ -ROMK"'rnM'-: -- ir1I-1'1t.t.--or 'i"lorlda--or-n---ottlrr -- .
rsl estate business and to buy and My commission expires States and Countries, through ?oue.-yOtr.1IY-lrt. nA1t whom --
March offices,
13 It .,
1815. may concern that on the 30th THE
) sell lands on Us own account and on 7-5t branches, agencies or otherwise day
B T., LIGHTSEY commissionj to build on. own. Improve, may be necessary. or convenient. as lof to the December Honorable A. D 1913, I shall apply
T. M,
and develop lands owned by this corporation AMIrle I Murphy. Judge
; to manufacture lumber Umber SHERIFF'S !!ALI!:. The a. of said Court, as Judge of Probate, fer ManhattanHotel
general nature of the final
PHYSICIAN business my discharge as Administratrix
aa.J OSTEOPATHIC timber, naval products stores,,and cross-ties to lea turpentine hfre, own, Tinder and by virtu* of an execution or businesses to lie transacted,by said of the estate ,of George H. Ivey deceased
e. Issued out of Company Is as follow. and that
and ; at the time
Residence Phone 274 und..r'th. Seal same I willpre.ent
and act as broker factor /r agents In Circuit the To ,
Court acquire by purchase to said Court
In final
arrd or other.WH
for Osecola my accounts
Office Phone 98 the purchase sale manufacture and ty. Peventh Judicial Coun .., own, hold buy 'sell as Administratrix" of said I'
of and Circuit of the Bute convey, ex estate and I
real .
disposition property products
of Florida change, lease ask for '
Room 3 and 4State dated I8th mortgage dispose of their approval. Special Attention to
commodities ,
thereof and goods '
line .
a certaincase wherein Aiellne'Mnamp tradu and deal In real estate or other, DELLA IVBT. '
KUsimmee ..
Fla. merchandise kind -"
Bank Bld'g and every -
let, Including warps naval stores,\ blacksmith'sand ..11 and Owen N. Campbell are property personal or "' 1"41., n.lmo6mo.pd Administratrix.i the Traveling Public
and W. H. Savage Is, survey subdivide plat. Improve ,
tool and defend
cooper's ---- -- -----
ret4l1IIC ant. I hnvo levied and develop lands for --- -------
of -
J. W. SIMPSON mill tools and Implements of all on and will on Mon purposes sale
saw Just scroas tbe from
'D1t. day, October 0, or otherwise, and to do and perform aquare
mills, the 'same > Tim UKSOTO
sorts; to o pi-rate" and conduct saw ., being a nil COUNTY CIRCUIT
Lfgal Sales thlmrs needful
I Day, and the development.
planlnK mills, and all business Incident during the lepal A. C. U Depot
.'Itt DENTIST. thereto, to buy raise and sell cattle hours. of sale offer for sale, at Court Improvement and management, of the COl'HT, Ti\TII JIUUIAL ClllCllT -
all kinds to House door In Klsslmmee, Florida, same for residency" trade or business. KISSIMMEE FLA. '
of and
' and live stock ; pur. OF ,
01- 'Upstair* in teats Building! chase" deal In beef and beef products; to the highest. bidder, for cash. the I' other build and..construct: houses or .
following buildings,
real and to develop '
estate manage
for lying and 4 IIANTKHI.HOIIKKT .
sell lands
hold and pasture being.
101rill to own
12 m,. In
> niiil
l a. m. !" Osceola County. Florida, Improve real property generally.
OmCE nOuas: and cattle range; to own operate, lea.e.hlr" to-witi The1onehalf
r 1.30 to 5.30p. m. undivided Interest of' To buy. sell and Kenerally trade (In. L. 1-KAIICK
use and maintain docks, wharves, (tie said Kt Al. )
Telephone No. 78 Jun 6. ItrTR' elevators,. presses, tanks and storage V. H. Savage. In and to the 8W>4 of store, carry and transport all ktnds.of .* I PartitionW. .000..0.000..00000000....
Jar.kef facilities of every. kind and to receive SEU of Section 24, Township SO. South goods, wares, merchandise, provisions ., S PKAHCK Kt Al. )
profits and tolls therefrom; tp buy of Han(re S4 East! tha undivided one- and supplies. .
W. W,,CARSON sell. handle for Its own account or on half Interest of the said W. H. Ravage, To build buy sell equip operate and In pursuance of a decree of said Court
1-11 commission turpentine, rosin and all In and to the 'NW'4 of NWU of Section own steam ship steam boats, sallInir entered In said cause on the 22nd day THE HOME BAKERY

- ... kinds of naval stores, timber and agricultural IS. Township 2*. South of Rarere 31 vessels, motor launches, power of September. 1913 we, Albert E. Ben
DENTIS1Office products, to operate stills and East; all of the 8W>4 of NWU. SStt ()f boats and other boats and property to nett. A J. Dosler and D. N Rarco Commissioners
Idl -- machinery for the manufacture na. SWtlon' SW'4 of BE'4 of S ba used In such business,. tradv, com appointed. bv-the (iourt.wUI.

,ViII over Cole'* Jewelry Store val stofea products of evry description IS, Township 19 South of Range merce and navigation, and to construct on the -3rd day of November. A. D.
: ; to erect and maintain tanks and SS EasULhe SW& of N\V%, of Section and operate piers, docks, wharves, 1913-at Eleven o'clock In the forenoon
\4- Office Hours.: 8-12, 1-5 warehouses for- the storage of naval 14, Township U. South of Range S3. warehouses and terminals Inconnec of said day at the Court-House door "
-Office phone 1&8[ stores and cotton and other product Kant and the NWU of SWU of Section tion with such business. In the City of Arcadia in said State and .
Residence" 23 and to Issue storage or warehouse receipts .6., Township 28. South of Range 34 East, To pursue any -and all other busi County expose at public auction and Broadway-, *
against the same; to compound or so much thereof as shall b* neces. nesses. and to do any and all other acts sell to the highest bidder for cash the 18
Ga administered for extraction of teeth and refine oils, to manufacture, own sary to satisfy the said execution and things, and to exercise any and allother following described property-In DeSoto Located

buy sell and deal In barrels, headings, amounting to principal. Interest and powers which may be necessary County, Florida, to-wlt: Lots x>ne, two JJ.
staves, stills, supplies and materials costs In the sum of ".899.... and the ',expedient or convenient In connection four less, a tract described as follows,
TR. G.: E. PARKER of similar kinds) to buy sell and deal further sum of $>S5.00 Interest since with, or In addition to the business and to-wlt, commencing at the southeast at' ,
Iin groceries. dry goods, hardware and same was issued making the sum of businesses hereinbefore specified which corner of said lot 4, and running west
- all kinds of merchandise; to build buy 2'44'-- a natural person and a corporation of thirty-five yards, thence north one hun
\DO, DENTIST sell, lease manage own control hire, 1.. H. INGRAM. '. this) character may lawfully do and exercise dred and forty yards, thence east thir .
late charter or operate vessels, tramways, Sheriff of Osceola County Florida and to do any and all of the ty.rive yards, thence south one hundred
OFFICE OVER OSCEtfLA!: PHARMACY railways, bridges, lighters, engines, Jones & JonesPlaintiffs' businesses or thlnKS before mentioned ajid forty yards to place of beginning. H. REED .. Prop.

ell Office Hour 8:00: to 12:00: Noon cars- or other vehicles or means of Attorneys. 7'8t either alone or In combination lots five eight, nine twelve, thirteen,-
: M.T"R. transportation of the products of property ' It Is the Intention that all the object less six acres off the north side of said
bot 1:00 to 6:00 P. held, owned, controlled or manufactured ORDER FOR PUBLICATION and powers specified and clauses contained lots twelve. and thirteen pr"yloll.ty.old

, by said company or other persons In this paragraph shall except to Dock Pearce, lots fourteen. fifteen .
or corporation In connection with IN TIIK CIRCt;IT CO HIT: OP THK TTH where otherwise expressed. In said paragraph sixteen and seventeen. ; all of Martha A. -
- II. S. GEIGER the business o( this company but not JID1CIAL (1HCUIT OP K OHIOA, : be nowise limited or restricted Pesrce's. subdivision of lots one and <> 0<> 0 0 <
-* PHYSICIAN AND SCRGBOMCititens to us* said means of transportation for IJO AMU KOK OStROLA! COUN-: by reference to or inference. from the two of section elgbt;,and lots .one and
Bank Building the purpose of doing the business of a TIN' CIIANCKHY.M. terms of any other clause of this or two of section seventeen in township M. TILLER
common carrier; to raise produce buy any other paragraph In'this charter, thirty-six south of rang thirty.three
'at. Kissimmee, Florida sell, exchange and deal In trees, plants, G. MAKING AND ,,. D. EDWARDS. but that the objects and powers specified east. Also beginning at a point where -

&IIe. r.ruba.. cereal and any and all kinds Cassplslaaats, '. In each. of the clauses of this paragraph . latitude Is ten chains north and Real Estate
Phone: Office 297 or 64 of vegetable products and citrus fruits, VB.THOMAS. shall bo regarded as Independent longitude eleven hundred sixty-six: Agency..a. |

. 266. 14-lyr fruit trees, hay and grain and to doa W. PALMER. ..<[ all vvrmommrlmtmtlmm otijicts and powers chains east of the southwest corner of .,
... Residence, general nursery business; to construct mm Interest smser tse saidTkemas This charter may be amended from said lot one of section eight, and run *%.*.%.*...%. *%.%.*%.%.%.*.WM%.*..WMhWWMI .
erect operate and maintain a W. Palsser. .r therwlM. sad time to time as provided by law trowor east 18 44 chains; thence south 7.36 *
IJir.. packing house or packinghouses and aU ether swrsosm elalsslBv .. Isterest Aereafter enacted chains, thence north fifty-nine degrees Realty bo &ht'and sold.
r. .. VANS AONEW w. .. .CllAwro..1VANSAGNEW.A canning factory for fruits, meats and !. the prepenF !. tals Bill ......rll>e.. Artlele s: and ten minutes. west, 14.14 chains;
2pd I vegetables. of all kinds, to produce buy UefeadBBts.It The amounnt if the capital stock thence west S.87 chains, thence north Houses rented.

- CRAWFORDATICRKES.ATJJVW or otherwise acquire and sell or otherwise appearing by affidavit appended authorized shall be Twenty-five Thou- fifty-nine degrees and ten minutes west Taxes paid and Titles ver-

ke\\. dispose of the products of such to the Bill of Complaint filed In above- and Dollars, divided Into Two Hundred two chains to place of.beglnnlng. Also .
ified ?
packing or canning factory or factories stated cause that Thomas W. Palmer and Fifty shares of the par'value all lots one two three, four five six, for non-residents.

Idealii packing house or packinghouses Is a non-resident o fthe State of Florida of One Hundred, Dollars each. seven eleven, twelve thirteen fourteen Fire,.Life and Accident Insurance. J
; to subscribe for purchase, receive whose residence Is unknown and Anv- part or all of said capital stock seventeen eighteen nineteen and '
OfflM.*. 3-4 u CU.UCBI Itank Bulldis* own. hold for Investment or that there are other persons InterestedIn may be payable either. In cash or In property twenty of Martha A. Pea ce'. subdivision . (
G-If KilBlmmee. Florida otherwise sell and dispose of and make the' property described in the Bill of , labor or service, at a Just valua of lots one and two Of east half Indemnity Bonds.
advancements upon stocks, sharei, Complaint filed In this cause, and that tion to be fixed by the Incorporate, or of the southwest quarter of section
bonds, securetles or obligations of the names of such other persons so In* by the directors at a meeting called for twenty township thirty-six south of
rill other corporations whatsoever wherever terested are unknown to the Complainants such purpose, and the Judgment of such range thirty-three east. Also lots four
5Uc. H. ,D. GEIGER. located originated or engaged In and that relief Is prayed in the Incorporators or directors as to.the value five six seven eight, nine ten. eleven,
or pursuing anyone or more kinds of said Bill of Complaint against such [ of such property labor or service shall twelve thirteen, fourteen fifteen and
business, purposes or objects Indicated unknown defendants, In the absence of fraud ba conducive sixteen of Martha A.: Pearce's subdllslon -
ATTORN EY-'AT.LAW herein or owning or holding any trop. IT 18 THEREFORE; ORDERED that upon Btpckholders! and all parties dealing \ of lots two three and four and
erty of any kind mentioned her.. Thomas W. Palmer and all persons I wtth the Company. Th authorised southeast quarter of the southwest S' H. BULLOCK
State Bank Building any corporation owning or holding claiming an Interest under the said capital stock- may be Issued and paid quarter of section-thirty-thr e, townshlp -
... (r Office stocks or obligations of any such corporation Thomas W. Palmer or otherwise and for at such time or times and upon such thirty-six south of range thirty- .
>ell Kissimmee. Florida and while the owners or all other persons claiming an interest terms and condition as the Board of three east Also the following described
lIlt holders of any stocks, bonds or obligations In the following described property Directors may determine; and It may property In Osceola County Florida: *
to exercise all th* right, situate In the County of Osceola, and be Increased from time to time beyond The southwest quarter of the ,northeast REAL ESTATE
Q EO. F. PARKER powers and privileges or ownership State of Florida to-wlt: the amount stated In the manner pro quarter the east half of the southeast .......--..---
thereof and to !xercls all and any The Northeast quarter of Section S. vided by law. quarter of the northwest quarter and
Attorney-at-Law. voting power thereof; to sell mortgage In, Township 26. Range 18 East, Artlele 4.. the south half of the southeast quarter INSURANCE
- sub-let, pledge hire lease or do appear to the Complainants' Bill of i The corporation shall have succession -aiess. one acre In the southeast corner
..uiII and Conveyancing convey the property of this corporation Complaint herein filed on or before the by Its corporate name perpetual of the southwest quarter of the northeast
Collection\ or any part thereof at will and to In- Rule Day In November A. D. Ill I. to- ly, and Is to exist perpetually. quarter reserved for cemetery purposes.
.Specialties vest.the proceeds at pleasure and In wit: the 3rd day of November elss the 'Artlele. B, .-all In section thirty-four, Examination 'of Tltlesa''Speclalty.
leaf such manner ss may be determined by said Bill will be taken as confessed.IT The business of the corporation shall township thirty-five south of rangethirtythree
the by-laws! to conduct any part of IS FURTHER ORDERED that be conducted by a president a 1st vice- east.. Dated this Sept.
.Il 1 11 1 Broadway. Its business 'and to have offices and thl.*order be published once a week president a 2nd vice-president, a secretary 23rd. ,?,. .
agencies and to employ' officers andag..nt. for twelve (12) consecutive weeks In and treasurer and a board of AJ.. Do iteR! ;>
().It at such places In this State and the Kissimmee Valley Gazette a newspaper directory consisting of not less than ALBERT K BENNETT.D. Solicited.
-.. G F. KIUBBS other States' or foreign countries as published in said Osceola County three nor than seven members; N. BARCO.
may be requisite or necessary for the of general circulation in said County. the directors I to be fixed by 40-Bt Commissioners
net, ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. carrying on of said business or furthering WITNESS James W. Perkins, Judge the stockholders In the by-laws from
the needs of said corporation saidiitfpuslly of said Circuit Court, and my name as time to time. The same person may
Examination of Titles a Specialy ,u to be det rmlix-1 In thw d-! Clerk thereof and the official seal of hold two or more offices, except that
. cretlon and Judgment of the Board of said Court, this 30th day of July..A.. D. lh< president and the treasurer shall
.Q3If and to receive payment for capital njrt be the aame' ''' .
Notification Directors; <' per.on. : -'
non-residents, Riven careful stock subscribed for In money or U1B.'s a ) J. L. OVERSTREET. The following named persons shall PUT1 YOUR FOOT IN IT! C.W. GRIFFIN
::'" attention. In property, lakroTor services I at a justvaluation Clerk of Circuit Court. be the officers to conduct the businessof \
therefor In the discretion or Q. F KRIBBS, the company until the officers who
Judgment of the Board of Directors; to Solicitor for Complainants.' shall be elected at the first election of
Pat Josnston G. P. Garrett make 'contracts of any kinds whatsoever 82-121 officers of said company shall be qualified ,Staplc-and FancyGROCERIES,
9-U for the furtherance of Its purposes A pair of the beet shoes) you 'ever
- TOHNSTON & GARRETT or business. Including agreements NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR L. :.t. Hamilton President. .

J(. Attorney at Law or contracts and Individuals between the or said other corporation corporations Ker Flasl Discharge.IN R Harry W Melklejon.A. Hunter 2d tat VIce-Presldent.VIce-Presldent bought for the money. We are- closing : :

Offices 10. 11 &' 12 In asy of the lines of business TilE <-Ol'RT F COUNTY JUDOHOSCKOLA J, D Clark Secretary and Treasurer! out our shoe stock to fly*) our .
- of this corporation; to do any and and the. following directors.: L. A. Ham
- Citizens Bank Bldjr., all things that are or may be necessary COUNTY. STATE ilton, Harry A. Hunter R W. Melkle grocery department more room and
to b* done for the fur OP FLORIDA. J. D Clark Arthur E. Donegan B.
or proper ,
:::J Kissimmee, Florida. th..ranc..of the purposes of this corporation L.jon Lesley and W. B Maklnson.Tha this sale will continue to a finish. Free Delivery to all Paris ...'
Into -effect the of Wllllsss S. Cha..H r. .
or for carrying Is re Entste annual meeting of the stockholders

LOUIS O. MASSBY T.; nOTON WASJLOWl powers herein granted . Notice is hereby all whom shall be h.Id'on th. secondeclnenday of.the City
t*Couiuwl for J udsw of thFJ AKTICLE HI, It man concern .Clvenl'to Stn day of \\ of February of each year .
rid* R. K. --. MffliSl C urt The capital stock of the corpora January A. D 1914 I shall apply to beginning with the year 1914, at which CHARGED
tion shall be Two Hundred Fifty Thousand the Honorable T. :M Murphy Judge of meeting the Directors shall be elected; NO
\ M ASBEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS and 00-100 Dollars, to be divided said Court as Judge of Probate, for and the officers of the corporation shall
Into Two Thousand Five Hundredshared my final discharge", as Administrator be elected by the Directors as soon as -- .
: Men's Tan blu. $3.45
value of One Hun of William S. I practicable after the annual stock $4.60!> ox. '
AND COUNSELLOS of the par of the estate Chandlerj A popular trytting >lace?
dred Dollars each which said Capital: deceased; and that at the holders'. blu. 3.45 "
LAWPrscUe meeting.Article 4.50 Men'a. Pat ox. -
AT stock may 'be paid for In cash or In will present to said Court my final accounts I . ..
*In all t.ha Court of the tata and o( property labor or services at a just -Administrator of said estate, Bald corporation shall adopt an appropriate 4.00 Men'i Pat. blu. ox. - 3.10
U United SUMS. slio ba CommlMton. and the InUnUt CaoumretConunlMlon. of the cojnpany at a meeting called: .if or Dated June 13. A. D 1913. for the government of Its affairs not 3.50 .Men's Tan but. ox. -. 2.45 ..
that purpose. W. W. CHANDLERZ41 I Inconsistent with Its Articles! of Incorporation ' ,

BLDO. ORLANDO. FLA. ARTICLE TV. mo < mo ,Administrator. and the of the State orJo'iorlda '3.50 Men's Pat. blu. ox. 2.45
11-M CHABUCSTON Ml.r The term for which this corporation I which By-Laws may'je amended J.V

shall exist shall be perpetual '' NO'I'UE FOR PUHLICATIWDeparlmrBt or repealed by the Board of Directors 3.00 Men's. Pat. blu. ox. - 2.45 "
AIITICLK V 'a. may be provided In said. By-
ANDREW JOHNSON Th<< officers of this corporation shall of Ike laferlor. t.'. S. t.mmdAltficf LaW'. 4.00 Men's heavy Damp-proof ';
President VIce-Presldent a st <; !.<.*'Illr. Florida. lIep- Artlel. T.
lie a .
AT Liw Secretary, a Treasurer and a Board of temb. +r B, IBlih The highest amount of Indebtedness Elk 2.85
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR notc...than three nor more than nineDirectors. pr liability to which the corporation "/ Foot. .
Will Practice in all Court. The offices of Secretary & Notice Is hereby given that Jeremiah oan at any time subject Itself shall be 2.00 Men'a Tan ease 1.45
may be held by one and \V Parsons, of Loughman. Florida who Twerrty-n\e. Thousand Dollars ((126,000
State and Treasurer made Homestead Entry e e .a
the same person. The Board of Directors on April III.! 1912. 00). .
Broadway shall be selected at the annual Serial No 010604 for,Township 28 Article 8. :
office adjoining $2.45
In the 17 East, Tallahassee Meridian $3.50 La. Pat. But Ox. -
Bank KisummeeMURRY stockholders meeting to be held South Range The names and residences of th subscribing
Citizens of' Klsslmmee, Osceola County has filed notice'Of Intention to Incorporators, together with .
City Tan But. 2.45
establish 3.50 La. ox. -
Proof to
In January Commutation .
Florida on the third Monday make the number of shares of the authorised

S. KING of each year beginning tn the year claim Clerk to the of land the Circuit above Court described a-f JCIclmnxc before : I artas capital follows stock subscribed: to. by .each 3.50'La. Pat. Blu ox. . 2.45

114 Until the first annuel meetln<< of the Florida on the :!1.tJay of Harry A, Hunter Andrus Bldg. Minneapolis. 3.50: La. Tan Blu. ox. . '2.45 --.

ARCHITECT stockholders, and until the offices. abovementioned (Jctobtr. 1913Claimant . I Minn, 30 shares.
Florida. and qualified ftt names as witnessesFrtwln : U Klsslmmee., Fla,, 14J5
Arthur Donegan
Orlando elected .
nre Florida 3.00 La. Tan Pumps -
of Loughman meat market because
the first election the officers. of the Hognn II 7i\ shares. ) Mmany1
'Rpom 16 corporation-' shall be: C A Carson Thomas ):'. Braddock, of Orange Centir ]>. A. Vans Agnew Klsslmmee. Fla. 2.50 La. White Canvas pumps 1.65 for their
40-3mp President J. M Carson. Vlco-President; Florida I I> : arrange
Watklns Block C A Carson; Jr, Secretary A. Treasurer. : Richard Causing cf Loughman! E.1 it.'L".ley. Klsslmmee., Fla., 2ttE.O. 1.75 La. White Strap Sandals 1.00, here! '.
J. M. Carson and ida .1I *
and C A
Carson Jr., and Elisabeth B Carson, Clifton L Lowry. of Loughman. 1"101"1 Van .A 'new. Klsslmmee Fla, And many other grand values we.

Directors. The stockholders shall meet Ida. HENRY S. UO 2 jr"rKaU':: cannot mention here. .
JENKINS In the City of KIsRlmmee Osceola .. Klsslmmee. Fla, 2 shares ---

-p. Hj Florida. .t the office October of this 25th corporation ,I as-Stp.I'- I Jno M Lee Klsslmmee Fla., 2V4C And some very startling :value in
Saturday. "h
SURVEYOR 1918 for. tho on purpose the of adoptlnn organisationof bylaws tUTICK TO-CIIRIMTOIISIN l'A..: Carson. Klsslmmee, Fla.; 1 groceries, notions, etc. . Wf. will be pleased to arrange:

and completing *
Tin COlitT: OK" Till; COUNTY John D Clark KI..lmmeeJFI..., 2tt"hH'eW '
this corpor with for the best cuts
::4-1CLE you
Jl\Fraternitjr. KiBBlmmee' Fla.ay. JLIJf.K, STATE OP \ Klsslmmee .. COME AND SEETAYLOR'S I .
Hall The which highest this. corporation amount of Indebtednessto Bhall at any OS C KOLA COl'JVTI.In : '. '. u .. Melklejon,. Fla I Illarry I of meat, either by phone or' at !'

shall be Five Hundred >V Thurraan Klsslmmee Fla.,
.. tlmo Thousand subject Itself Dollars ($500.000.00). re 'E..t.. of HILTON A. < \ItK ( *. our counter. This is 'a rendezvous j

ARTICLE VII 1o sll (; dltor.. Lutmtm, Dlatrlbvteen 1wa? B Maklnson: Klsslmmee Fla, 2
The 'names and residences of the Incorporators and nil persons bavins; Claims snares. for meat for those who 'ld
this corporation together llemasds .*.!.st said lustatei .
of amount of stock subscribed . or each of you are hereby notified IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have 424 BROA'QWAX-PHONE 250 kind ...
Thompson with for by the each are as follows--: ; Tou,and and required to present any hereunto set our hands this Kth day of are particular bout the :fJ
J. W. A D. 1911. .
Florida or September
which you
'. d. A. Carson.- Klsslmmee claims and demands! have against thaeitate Harry A. Hunter they eat. ".ifi!

r Florida. either of you may. Clark deceased, lat Arthur E. Donegan
5j."w Jacksonville. Milton A
of .
Carson theundersigned P. A. Vans Agnew
\ Coujity, Florida to YiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiliYi! '
;chA.rCarson Florida," of l Executrix of said estate, B. Lv Lesley ,
Klsslmmee. "
Jr.. '
I FUNERAL DIRECTOR within two years from the date hereof. E ,O Vans Agnew. .'

.M I, El'sabetjh B. Carson Klsslmmee Dated Aug. 15th. A. D Uti. M. .KatsJno. M Lee '* '
) MART C. CLARK C. F. Thrasher ,
and : J. C. A. 'CARSON.J. 3B-8t John D Clark .


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Store 'and. Chapel. Stewart ,AT"*. fore On me this, an day of personally Seer duly authorised appeared b.-to Holder Editor Signed and of Mtge.)Mgr.W.' -?B.. Harris.:..r.. ,E.Owner.N. Fell ,COUNTY BEIT: KNOWN OF OSCEOLA that )bfor .L.... the, iii!Ii Yi !Ii !Ii !Ii Yi Yi Y- ii Yi ';!Ii

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; IN LIVING _L.__ . t
.., ... MONEY .AT HOME


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in Which Valley Gazette MOTTO "QUALITY FOR


I ......,.- : j -'. $2.\-\! .". q

: Use common sense in living! ,'I .': .
Most., American grown-ups would .1\ ,I -
? That advertising and a persistent
I resent the, suggestion that! they don't ., ,
campaign to keep the business at home
use it always and everywhere. Some ;'!":' : can cut down the sales of mall order

of them do In their ordinary affairs; ". .<-- _.. . .';""', ,) houses, and benefit Tampa business t

more of them do not when it comes to On the 6th day of September: -advertised that houses la shown by a decrease in the
we fog thirty days the Valley Gazette cfuld be had two_yean amount of postoffice money-order
the management of that which Is most '
important to themselves-their'health, for$%.. We have decided to extend that time to October 20th and aKai. make the offer that re.ewals 'W new *ubcriptions sent'out frora-th Tampa office. Statistics
collected by HalTord Jones,
the welfare of their bodies. '.. will be taken until that date at $2 For two :year*. This offer '...,made that all who, desire. first-class secretary of the Tampa Merchant
What i* common sense? in their home a.sociation-Whlch, in September a
paper can satisfy that want for little money, a. the Valley Gazette is recognized u amour the be.t and -
Inaugurated a campaign directed
Analysts might differ in their definitions year ago
but without undtna technicality cleanest -paper published. This offer will positively be withdrawn. after October 20th, after which the usual price of against the mail order house
of the North, show that In the fiscal
the use of common sense might be called : $1.50 a year or 75 cent for six month will be i ii force., year ending June 30, 1918, the .postoffice -

the sane application of the rules ., Since our offer made the money order of the Tampa office
was following have subscribed for
two or more years: Wat. ,Hahmaa, Altoona, '
fell off $202,626.54.
that have been gathered from the experience
of life.Presumably Pa.; C..E. Denif, Fla.; F. HerJe, Kusimmee; John Bogart, See Juan, Cuba; J._ M. Byara,' Kiwlmmeej- ; Kept Money at Homo.
This decrease Mr, Jones
every sane man profits 1 Dolph. Berli, High i Spring Fla.; C. H. Funk, Kiisimmee; 0. E. O.ood/Kisdrmee; The.. Swift, Alberta,'Canada; believe Is money of-$200,000 which was kept at

by his experience He does not make M. B. Canon Ki.simmee home rather than sent to the north..
Mrs. Thos. L. Van Darer
I ; Kisummee; Mr*. J. M. Cochrane, Kissiinmee; E. Mallory, Way
mail order house for good which
the same mistakes twice. He -guides I ern

his action by the methods he has cross, Ga.; Wm. A. Beggs, Kisummee; N. E. Barrick, Wichita, K....; C. BnnaeU, SL Paul, Minn..; Mrs. E.. S.; could more economically be purchased

found 'out for, himself to be best, at Bane, KUtimmee; D. L. Sessions Kissimmeej; H. K. Porter, Providence, R. I.; Mr*. Bandy, Kisnmine; A. E. In Tampa would, and keep which the being money purcha8ec1here in circa
least by what he believe are best. lie
realizes, or 'should realize, that he Drought, SL Cloud; Mist Newton, Kissimmee; M. Cosner, Kiuimmee; Thnrmaa ME,. Co.. and It. territory. The figure are

doe probably not he know doe all' not about know everything all thereis .. Thrasher, Kisaimmee; W. E. ,,B field, Water-to*., Wis.; J., M. 'Ray, Melber; Ky.; TlM.. M.rtia Eldorado, Mal shown in comparison with those of 1

to know about any single subject i C. E. .Yowell, KiMimmee. ; Ithiel, Rapp, Peoria, III; Mr*. Mayfield, Kmimme-. C. Palmer,. Windemere, Fla.; Jacksonville.mdae of Mr. Jones A request by the merchant ha* beea'

He realizes, or he should*, that he or J Harry W. Thnrman; Kisstmmee. '. organization there, that he come and

any other. man does not posses the I show them how to' combat. the mail
sum total of human knowledge, but order house.

that that total la the aggregate of all Jacksonville, like Tampa, has shown r
human experience and research and '
in it
a steady increase postofAcem
reasoning. He is willing to learn from I ner order, business from year, tq '

others and to apply that knowledgein year, except that Tampa' last year 14
his own affairs when he is convinced I I was a decrease while Jacksonville' ;

that It'is the truth, even kf it 'contra. I continued to increase. The table
what he has believed to be the 7 :
dicta showing thefigure* for the fiscal
what with it whether not
disagree or
truth. RETURN, years since 1908, for both cities, and
alcohol is an unsafe poison to it, andI
When through some mental process the Number order issued from
of other
score personal particularsand
he has reached this condition of mind,,, I OUTING each officer.follows.
peculiarities-such a man does
.he is at the starting point of commonsense {not i deserve what God'gavo' hint He : BE UP AND DOING-NOW 'Jacksonville. Orders!,

;"just where he;can and is likelyto -who knowing '.these things, having The following.from the Pensacola Journal is so MR, ,AND MRS .J, .JI, WILLSON. 1908-9 .......* $319,643.14 84,641'
1909.10 :...:. ,Z 435,441.08 42.804
use it.s. taken these measurements,. disregards our city council! that it it reproduced in the hope that that body JR., RETURN, FRIDAY NIGIIT' _- .
1910.11 fi78.960.93 69,530
this line of reasonlng'toI .,*- -?
Now, apply them is foolish or, wicked or worse.. be made seethe it is making in delaying improve- FROM SUMMER SPENT IN
might to
errors 191 -12 __..__..., 580.894.93 641007; fi
the science.of living y I. Science is a I I, ,It is the duty of every man to.keephimself *;9. * 88' BJfl8SBas fcfiafcaflip.( 'fcp M AI -j *?* -, ; ",t, '. ?r
'word i' "get f ,,nientstorourTcitylthat J;; are absolutely I necessary'r !to Your. further'adi; .t" ..4 ," NEW YORK. 1912-1311"---1':'_'''' 619741.16 68,998
formidable until you, ;'yellxwithitkno to'his highest,,point of : ,
efj 1t ''
up ;' ,
I o W"1 /i.1 :; i Tampa. Order.
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.acquainted } ; "ii')] whatil t rtclencyf physically) ,and mentally!'He<< vancement ,, i'1' ,- I, "
WhenT'VoVha' eTmasteredTit] >; J Mfwillson Jr.,: and wife return.ecTto 1908-0 ,$428,824.19 38,334
duty'to ; ,
Ie >
who falls neglecting"Pa Plail\ WlOld Benjamin ranklin was a wise man in his generation He? I 1900110 oIk 456,484.07 42,616
it Is simple enough to be used famil )himself, to his family, to his said things and ai'd them t 'w II"th-i'i't" 'difficult for the' Kissimmee last Friday night ; .
neigh-\\ so many so is from four monthl' sojourn in New 1910-11 .r, .: 485,616.88 42,894
iarly day. It has been so cloud. No a z.--:
every bors and to his state.
ed and obscured by the long words is most proficient paragrapher to get off an epigram that ,Benjaminhas York, part of the time in the Adiron. 1911-12 .,...,?'.. 600,322,82 50,785
live unto himself, foe society so
that students use about it, that it has' Complicated that if 'he is not a pro not already phrased more J tersely, and'more pointedly, in hit. dacks. It will ,bo remembered that 1912-13,Let..,fc People..,. 297,697.28 Know Difference.Tampa 85,341.
: above and beyond most of famous almanac. Mr. Willson was ill here for several Tampa
.seemed far ducer he is a drag, a burden .Not would be in identical ,

us, but the translation makes it possible .. until a man has lived out his alloted Ben Franklin long' ago bade us never to put off till tomorrow ,friends months the past winter to ,and him return hla-many in Lion with Jacksonville, on the tale., It
glad see
for us to apply its truths to our 1 years, earning more than, he spends, what can be done today. And in all the wise saws and sane advice; the full are vigor of his former excellent M. Jone .beli ves, if, it were not for
selves. For science is simply classified making the world richer and better, is united
of the business the campaign the merchant'
the pages and pages'written for the guidance man, health.In .
knowledge, the facts about cre he entitled to rest, to draw the '
upon The ,,figures for the
ated things and the ways in which they accumulated fund of his earlier and there is nothing that beats Ben Franklin's advice. discussing his trip with a representative on a year ago all
two cities run parallel, increasing s
'move, arranged.put in pigeon holes,,, active years Every day has its appointed task. It is so' easy to say 'Ma., Willson stated of the that Valley he met GazetteMr the time, until this last year,"when
many people
so that the simplest of us can find It is just such a duty to preserve nanal I Mariana!I.' But tomorrow comes with its round of tasks, ill in New York who expressed a de- Tampa merchants; determined to let

them and use them.' Having found .I one's health, to buld it up if it be impaired duties to be taken up. its pleasures to be enjoyed and if yesterday'stasks termination to visit Kissimmee this everybody in Tampa and South.'Flor
them it Is for us to use them if'we as it is to follow the Ten C mmandment that had the and
ida know they good
tread on the heels of today what chance is there for tomor winter, and that-a fair percentage of
know how. If we do not, it is for us Our besetting physical
idea of In- could sell as cheaply, as .the mail ,or.
.. would with the
1 ? Mo/c" and more with modern conditions 'come the crowdingof them come
sine row
to learn how. sometimes become so familiar that been der house.
Ihis section had
:. No scientists, no set of students,,, ''they' seem almost to be virtues.We duties one upon- ; the other But it is' a. noticeable thing that the vesting-In so well advertised that men of means' Their motto was: ,''Quality, forQuality '.

, have made more rapid advances in the forget they are sins. They are temptations busy man and the busy woman are,always, the ones who have the were giving extra consideration, and We Undersell all Northern "' I

last thirty years than the medical'men. that turn into 'habits and we most time to spare.Punctuality he looked forward to a season of unusual Mail Order House and Defy. Competition. : .f
,for of the fact that they are ." hAnd
They have searched far and deep lose sight prosperity.But .
should be counted of the cardinal virtues
explanations of the commonest thing still temptations. There is the sin of one there is one fixed Jdea Mr. Will- on that motto they have mad .
In almost instance
When work is it is half done. more
about the human body. Their studies eating what we don't need-and thisis begun wasted in thinking every about and getting son brought back here, and that is good, a* the figure. show.'
cherished notion commonest of all-the sin of drink energy and nerve force are About seventy-five or' :eighty per,
have upset many commission form of
that government
the work than to the accomplishment of it. a .
himself what know while we are drinking ready to com'menc goes cent of the sent out of a post-< ,
,. about disease, and that man puts ing we is the only thing that can or will bring' money *
. fifty years in the past who clings injurious; the sin of worry, the We have all heard of the old countryman who was always. reminding Kissimmee into its rightful own, buta office by money orders goes to mail ',

to'the notions of his fathers about-typhoid sin of overwork, of driving the ma- his friends that Tempus was Fugiting. But it is very wise sadness spread over his?,face when order houses, according' to statistic .

malaria, yellow fever and many chine too hard-there are many of for us to remember that Tempus i i. not waiting for any, but he was informed that to,bring: about generally accepted" by investigator' .:'

other diseases. We all accept the electric them and they all impair our efficiency, is fugiting so fast that when one stops to watch him instead of hurrying such a desired possibility.. would require -, throughout the country, Mr. Jones '. e'

light as fact, although'our fathers lessen our physical capacity. to keep up with' him. one is apt to get sidetracked whether that an act of the legislature. says. The largest part of the mall If;

'.1 didnt have It. We use it because it Medical science has found a remedyfor one is a man or a city or a section ore. state.. The Times-Union contained the following order business Is done between Sep.'

is safer; and better, if not cheaper han many bodily ills. It is searching complimentary notice of Mrs. tember and February and that I* the

j. the old ..kerosene lamp. Yet..the elec. for others. It will bring a cure or Willson, who stopped a abort while in period when the merchants: of ,the

trio bulb is -no more wonderful than alleviation for most of them, perhaps' 'Jacksonville en route to her home here: Tampa association were most active,

the discoveries that the doctors have for all except for' old age, and that "Mr. J. M. Willson, jr., the "friendof in pointing out their own facilities. ;
appropriated from the great unknownfor i should not be considered is not-' the Seminoles," is spending several And they will stand by the motto,

the benefit of,human kind. I an ill. Yet the doctors with all their days in Jacksonville at the Seminole "Quality for Quality, We Undersell all .

But there lea science oMIvlng,,the I?seeking for causes of disease and for . :t hotel, en route to her home In Kis Northern Mail" Order Houses and,Defy f

of' intelligent man the remedies, are doing their grandest simmee, after spending the summer:in Competition. Tampa Time
which is plain common 'work in applying their findings the Adirondack mountains,
and woman,
that don'1recognize prevention of disease and human suf weeks have dropped the names "Mrs. Willson was cordially receiv. COBBGRIBBLEAt j
sense. It is so simple we I During the past two we
ed by New York's literary autocrat,, Nashville, Tentu, on September
it as. scientific. The man or fering. from our subscription list of all those who were one year in arrears
.woman who has not-made a complete, The religion of common sense appeals as'the rules of the Postoffice Department provide we shoulddo. who "enthusiastic in. their praiseof 24th,.Wm.. C. Cobb was married to
to every man, but just as prac- those whose name have been dropped her work among the,, Florida .Indians. Miss Lola L. Gribble, the wedding /-
inventory of his or possessions We desire to say to,
tical Christianity Is not intended for their taking place at the home of the bride.
I fear that they would not
who does not know the strong that it was not from any pay
'and the weaknesses, who hal Sunday. use alone, so this religion ,I subscription to this paper. but our attention was called to the rule "She return with Increased The bride is one of the!, many attractive ,
'\points available for every day liv- strength and better health and' expects young ladies of 'that aristocraticold
should in the matter We hope they can
her physicaltrength other option
his had no
measured or and
not we
while the .Is,,
to continue the task to which ah Southern city, groom
He who ing. I enroll their names,on, our subscription '
need 'a guardian. their clear to again
t .. see way has devoted her,energies. for. a'number the son of B, F, Cobb who is one of
discovered the safe working list I
ha not Osceola county most substantial citizens

limit of the physical machine under ,Notice Is hereby NOTICE given that parties I, .. -: The following, the law in the after case: .from. ,the' "Mrs.of years.Willson states i that she has secured ; owning a magnificent ck farm,
control not. alone'thamount < 'Copiea sent to persons one year, 'i
his immediate I I II Cypress. Mr.
dirt from friends'of'the red the banks of'Lake ?
* allies on
are warned to move no more i of their subscriptions will notI' among
exertion he may safely tin.dertake I date of expiration '
of beside ,the big 'ditch'between Patrick men In other states; but,that 'she II I and Mrs. Cobb' will male their home ,
s, but how many hours.of IIleepare Midland railway. j be accepted at the'pound rate. looking to the people of Florida, for Carrabelle, wher Mr. Cobb is;the
'machine. ir street and. '
the .
to keep '
necessary I I captain of a powerful! motor boa*. ". ]lr'ai
and kinds"ol !I. N. -' support. ,'W'I : ;
good order the amount k41.2t *" ' Supt of Streets-I; '.;<:: ,
.. ,,food ifr needs,.what varieties agree and i I j. 'r

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r n', ,', VALLEY GAZETTE hi (( FRIDAY, ,OCTOBER 3, 1913
N PAGE 11. ,, tHE ',, .

commercial fertilizers. It Is hereIn
the road slope to the side ditches I of that our natur fertile lands excel ' WHAT HAVE YOU TO OFFER?" I '
,i MENLS GIVEN Tl. How much higher should the center,, I fRORIDANOTIN' the best cane .
for production yt "
the outside We lining for our FALL end WINTER shipment of
or crown, of the road be than are now up I :.
H1 CHILDREN FORJEST edges of the road Why dc' I NEED OF GREEN Yet; even,,with these favorable con-: Florida'' fruits and vegetable .Let us hear from :you ,, ', !'

good ditches at the side of the road ditions making its production comparatively : Reliable Representative'wanted at all shipping atatlpna. 'f.,',

help make the center of the road better LAWS easy, a, high grdaa article LONNIE. D. BYRD -:

3 ESSAY for hauling What happens when I JRUIT of syrup is sometimes hard to obtainin 210 .UKM st. 4o-4tpd 8ALTIMORE;; MD...
local markets Many of our
ditches get full\ of rubbish or weeds? the
I When a ditch along a road holds wateror farmers have a small patch: of sugarcane ..::

ON BUILDING EARTH ROADS collects: it into pools, how does this EXCHANGE EDUCATED BUYERS sufficient to ''produce syrup for
Injure'the road? his own family's use,and some of them .1\\

) -- j I 1 Using, a, Drag on Earth Roads. put up a small surplus for the market,
-.-:.- --, .' CONTEST.IS OPEN TO,CHILDREN 11,, 3iaveyouevr seen a home-made: GREEN GRAPEFRUIT ON EASTERN but littl.\attention is usually paid to THE. H., G. S1EVER ,
I road drag? It Is mad oy splitting :; 1( (nKETSBRINGS'ON L Y- uttlng-It'l1p'1nproper..hapetoeommand ,,
: FROM ,j in two a log six or eight- inches in $3.40, A BOX EXCHANGE a fair price: .
1 II "I MUST BE WRITTEN and about six eight feet be cooked REALTY COMPANY .
,R !thickness .or. ; SHIPS NONE.Reports Sugar cane Syrup I ;
F I 4 .' BY MARCH 2, 1914. long. The two halves of the log are I -' ; by some one experienced In the work.If -- .. NOT IN THE TRUST ----
/' (set three feet apart with their smooth I Iaces' it is boiled tod' long, sugar soon
-e- ,_ _ ( forward and-uprightr--They-ar," >f -from.iheNewJfork.district or-the-ayrup-crystalizes: and Is 10,000 acre Stock Farm: ,,barfalsi 1I.tak"at race,... ..-
a 1 Washington, D. C., Sept. 30.-The j fastened together with braces. A pall'lot manager of the Florida Citrus; Exchange spoiled; if it is not cooked long. enough $5.00 per acre. '..:- I.:- .:oo -:. .:oo .:. .

I,, Director of the Office of Public WallerPage Roads horses! are hitched to' a chain fasten- ; tend to show that "jokers" and it sours and is' unfit for use. If new Prairie Land, Orange Groves, High Hammock Laid, Timber. Lads, "

.of"this Department, Logan j ed to the front: half of the'log. Should legit phrases, incorporated in the syrup is put in old barrels it turns ,
that the time in Lands AD Prices Del Easy Terms.
has at oa
't ; announced J'j these logs be drawn straight down state's green friijt shipping law, to black and loses its flavor. Because ,
children submit ..onI. Stock Ranch will exchange half value
which may essays should it be dragged'at make inoperative are having no' ef- 2,000 acres ,
the repair and maintenance of .earth{I the' slant road or that a"little .of the loose fect, that 'although the law is practieatly' every grower cooks his own' syrup in t 1 for other real estate .:. .:. .:. .coo .:oo
so the market
a it
his and on
own way 'puts
'" roads medal, and in the competition two silver for medals the ,gold has'j(the earth road' will slide Should toward'the' the dragging center be of believe no in law'/lhe holding fruit'until citrus growers it is who ripeare without regard to the convenience there of Orange Groves all sizes and prices

the retailer or customer, are
2 1914.
been extended to ,
'f '
at the' being'protected in a manner"that
started next to the. ditch, or
kinds of
about different
conditions'far contest as many syrup FLORIDA '
the '
w The, follows ,essay I center of the road 7 Should you drag would be a credit,,to an iron clad meas- on the market as there are"different KISSIMMEE
: I
are as '
I I the whole road in one way;; or drag ] and the only way the whole-
1. The,.subject of the essay will be i iI j each half of it in an opposite direction ure.Several Shipments' of grapefruitwent growers saler retailer know' what he is
I t' the Repair and Keeping Up of Earth : ? Should' the' dragging be done j,! forward to the eastern marketsa or can
I ; i .getting' when he purchases a barrel
Roads. ;1 i when the 'road is dry or after it has short time ago, and reports that $13a pack' M i n ii MM MiMiiiiiiiiiinn

1 I'' ; ,,2. It is open only,to children from'rained J A good strong pair.of horses box was received caused a rush of, of syrup is by. sampling every' C, A. CARSON., J. ''A. CRANFORD. B. L, LUPFER.t. .

I :' te t to fifteen years, inclusive, who' are with a well built drag can'drag about colored fruit to the front.; Only two age., I P"W.Dt. VIe.-Pr..W..L 8eeretu7

i actulally attending some school.! three or four miles of road' In
i' 3. The essay should not be more What would it cost a farmer to drag fruit' going, forward: since that time is as clean as a parlor the syrup bar-

) than eight hundred words, in length. four miles of road How would he averaging only $3.40 a box: rel with its dripping and dirty faucet LUMBER CO. '

t 1. ,l in the handwriting.!! of the child, and" be repaid far the cost of his labor? District Manager Holland in, NeV and its sticky measures With-u1eir> KISSIMMEE ,

1 j' : '. should be written on only -one Side of I Remember, children, you are not to York, has written L. D. Jones, business*I swarms of flies have no place therein.

I the paper. ,a nsweM.h. ge questions as i if you were I manager of the .Florida Citrus Exchange When orders: are made by telephoneand
f 4. In the left hand corner of deliveries made by hurried ,carriers -
r upper answering an examination paper. You that'it is a waste of time and ** Rough and Dressed csPINE
I I 1? the first page should appear the following ! I II are to think about the answers and money to send green fruit because'buy- I the customer cannot bring his
I : statement: Essay on Earth syrup bottle or jug to have it filled, '
I. ask people for information and Watch era will not have anything to do' withit.
:' ;' ", 3, ,
:' child; actual residence of'child; school then write a composition that will very far.he writes, "it is necessaryto to use nor""the time nor inclination to
attended by child.) j I measure the syrup out. So syrup in '
be just the same as if you were writ- give the fellow who puts up his
t 6. Children wishing to enter this !II i barrels as 'a marketable, commodity
ing a letter to a friend, telling him money for anything, these days, a
I 'I V. contest may ask the. advice of their or' her, how they made the earth road square deal, and'the biggest dunce(! of ," belongs to a past age, and inferior and

i, ,I, : !'" parents,' teachers, neighbors, high- near you better, and kept it from getting I I the present generation is the fellow adulterated imitations, because they I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
way commissioners, and other people, thinks otherwise. Are put up in attractive packages con
full of holes, ruts, and puddles. who he can get by
; } and read books or magazines giving In the opinion of the local citrus I venient-for retailing, are driving'Florida J 1111111111I11 i .
J information about the subject. They out of the market even in I111III1 .
Ii THE EDITOR the work done by th eEx- syrup
men, good
. ... ... ., ,
- -- - --- ---- -- -
r 4 J must not give the information they j our cities and towns, where the genu- A -
his in all fruit until ;
The editor of today has to get change, holding per C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.
; in the exact words known
in this and
gain ine article appreciated.
way has killed the ,
nose down to the grind stone and keepit fectly ripe, practically
I Ij'I :' b. of an adult or the author of a book. there'sixteen\ hours'per day and S65 early fruit shipments. The Exchange | Some of our farmers have realized

't ,: )i They must express the ideas in their: days in the year, or he falls by the officials will hot risk the good reputa- this and.are putting up their syrup in The Waters & Carson

A, t own language., They will..not be expected wayside. There are men who quit tion made by the organization for bottles sealed with wax. This is a .

l ; + t to'use technical terms and any work Saturday night and rest until handling only the best and in the three success so far as the local market is
: words that make the meaning clear aside that members have stuck concerned because the thus
1 Monday morning. They lay years together syrup pre-
V ,,1 .t' f "' will be acceptable. business cares at five or'six o'clock in an effort to place Florda citrus pared will retain its flavor for years. Grocery CompanyWholesale

i y h I} 6. The essays will be rated by an every'evening and dp' not resume them fruits on' a higher plane, outside fruit But the weight of the package arid.

; f:' Impartial committee according to the until seven or eight the next morning.Not buyers have been educated to such an 'the loss and:l breakage prevents its
Retail Dealer In
,: II understanding of the subject shown so your editor. He has no elegant extent that they refuse to handle unripe competing with other syrup in mar- '
1 ', by the child,and according< to 'the penmanship kets 100 distant. Some t'
1 leisure. He knows no hours, no Sun- goods. .even' miles
f \ i (. English, and spelling. The day, no night: When he goes to a I "We will\ need no'green fruit law in i growers'are using one-quart, two- GROCERIES

I : \ writer.of the best essay will\ receive 'party, or to church, or on an alleged another year," said a local citrus man I( quart and one-gallon tins, and these ,
a gold medal;"the writer of the next pleasure trip, it is all in the line of last night. "We have the* green fruit ship'well, but nothing is done to make '

,M r. best essay, a silver medal; and the duty. Withal, your editor man is a shippers now where we want them; the package attractive and when 00400000000 4 4HAY 00...0... .........
writer of the third best essay, a silver cheerful, longsuffering soul, going and it'will\ be olIY'a short time when I placed on the shelves beside corn and .

o I medal. about doing good in his, 'own humble they will\ have to ship according to the glucose product they do' not show to O WE SELL: 0 'O WE B JYu 4O
i t 7. All essays should be plainly ad-' way. He returns good for eviL He rules of the Exchange, whether theyare advantage. 4. ,.
' dressed, in an envelope stamped with 'O HIDES, .
writes long puffs on church" sociables, members or not.-Tampa Tri This state of affairs can be remediedin eO
g'y a two-cent, stamp, to: Committee onChildren's GRAIN
and in return: therefore accepts a bune. several waYIFarmers\ can 'agree O a FURS .
.1:: Road Essay Contest; Office chunk of cake that would sink an'iron- I .
themselves and the FERTILIZERS,
f PuEllc\ Roads, U. S. Department among secure ser- 4 04 0 WOOL .
clad. He notes the arrival of all thebabies' vices of maker ,
; of Agriculture' Washington D. C. and !I. an expert syrup to go SHINGLES 4 .
i' in. the neighborhood and eternally the rounds of the 0 OO '
i should be mailed to reach that office i i'i 'I' community duringthe 0 4 .
1 i i 'r not later than 9 a. m. o-Ji Monday, perjures, soul in,, telling how SUGAR CANE .. season and boil each'farmer's syrup ORANGE: BOXES, .. .4o 0';' AND '' .
He with the '
pretty,they are. rejoices ' O .
,' "I' \' :\ thus insuring uniformity grade:
I? March 2, 1914. \ gay'and mourns with) those who',are 1 'QVttf'IP-A, %* '_A C llorht''''' 'n'l ?convenient; /'mr Ck*ge Y with ORANGE,WRAPS, 4 0 ALL '?( ;
t !'F' $;'y' : 8.};,|jChildren, !! ,who,: have'alreadyi.sub-I ,| sad. lie boomsT'every?terprfsej which! ( a.;uu 0,1,1\liMt&iMfai i label : | orthtthe o
,J &&t j mtiedeseayaiinthat "conte8tiwhch! makes an attract ve l tsetti ng|f 4 VEGETABLE CRATES, COUNTRY f'1't
d !hislfcommunityfrichl tind fgoes a
to close October ', '''w.qt,'1''f1';,T <-;'('T'''''.''-''''ifriiTWA ineritslfpf(the|article, would,|let|the_ 4
::4 was originally.announced about himself'clothed "in' gunny'sackcoats : \ ,
product which'should bring many is 4 ' PRODUCE. .
I customer know what he buying and 0a .CRATE ,
i 15th if wish submit '
may they a .
and He
:: one suspender. glories [thousands of dollars every year into' what to' insist when he 4 0
i' : second, essay I over the fortune of his neighbor, and the pockets of the farmers of this upon bought 40440444000000000 04 .00, . .O.4.....
I again.
..; Aa to' children the suggestions '
a help eats his own repast of boiled corn cobs section, is oftcomparatively little\ value .
j f given below are made. Children need and colored labels off tomato' cans.- I because of the lack of cooperationamong Better than this would be a central We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.
not follow these suggestions absolute. Live Oak Democrat. and systematic refinery, where' the sugar cane 'couldbe We give special attention to filling out hunting and camping parties '',
:i ; 'J ly. They must not submit essays inform growers mar.. hauled and either sold by the ton Free delivery in cUy.limlts. Phone No. 12.
Iceting methods. This product is We agent for good fertilizers. Ask us fn circulars and
made are county ,
of direct\ answers to these ques- MEANT IT or into syrup'on a percentage
'f ,
+I "r tions. They' must not quote any_ot "Such. a perfect gentleman! gushed! sugar cane syrup. basis. This plan could be elaborated prices on fertilisers., .. .. ._ .. . ..
There who are in a pqsition --- -- - ---- -- --- --
the following material word for word. j many upon until all the by-products which -- .
y I Miss Softwin, according 'to the Pitts- '
k How to Tell 'a Good Road from a to pudge witty authority who are'now thrown away could be utilized. .
,f, t '' Bad Road. burg Chronicle-Telegraph.; ,"It was [ assert that syrup produced from the This would bear the same relation r

: k 1 To the Children: In getting,, facts ISO good of You to introduce me 'to him | sugar cane grown on the, fertile landsof to snugar cane that the cotton )t
i last dear. We' had de. I
night, a mast
South Florida has sweetness and
; to write your essay 'for the prize'contest a compress now bears to the 'grower of
and conversationafter j
I 'dightful, interesting
I a flavor incomparable and peculiarlyits
r repair and mantenance ofJ ; that staple. -
the concert was over. 1 111
earth road use your eyes.. Look at 1 "Yes?" calmly queried Miss Knox, own., Either of the last two plans would
.a bad piece of road and a good piece They, claim that there is a happy require
J some capital'and experienceed
| who was cynical enough to know that ,
,';)f road,when'' both are dry, Study, there Was something more to come. I combination of soil, climate and sun business men for its operation. But ,

,t' particularly, the ruts and holes and 1 "And after hearing me sing' said shine which l produces this delicious there should be nO'' difficulty in secure Ranch

':, uneven places in the road to' see 1 Miss Softwin, "he told me-quite seri- table delicacy-of a quality that can- ing either of these. "
i whether they makeit"easier, or harder not be approached by the' product of
j ously, you know-that, he would give The possibilities for large profitsin
for the wheels' of a loaded wagon' togo I anything if he had my voice. He saidit any other land. Certain it is that no astonishing
I h"' : along. Study the kind of footing was worth a fortune. I'm sure", he other section has. produced a syrup sugar to. those-who cane growing have are We have for sale 3350 acre of excellent cattle land on a fine
given the
.that the two roads give to the horses. was perfectly sincere in saying it, too." which is its equal, end many well subject a thought. The never is large lake in Osceola county. Florida, ihe best',cattle country in the
"' Now, study the same stretches of "I'm certain he was," retorted Miss known facts are adduced in evidence. cane crop United States. No feed necessary except native grasses, never'
never total failure In this
road after a 'good'rain-storm. You | Knox; hopefully. "Perfectly sincere! Experienced growers of sugar cane and a full is country, lack for abundance of good water. Full particulars to interested ."

will see that one road holds small i You see, dear, he's ,an auctioneer" I say that no other product of the soil nine a out average of ten.crop It is obtained parties., We also have ranches ranging in size from 1.000 to. 100-

puddles, or pools, of water that, keep 1 I is so, directly affected by impurities. cultivate years difficult easy. to 000 acres in a body with plenty water, grass and good facilitiesfor
:, the road soft and so allow' it to' be ,cutup j L Wit ha woman "head work" means therein of by fertilizers used. not to harvest and handling cattle cheap and to good advantage.
requires moderate-if ;
d by the .wheels of the and only any- fer
1 wagons selecting a new hat. Stable manure cannot be-used under
,f iy the hoofs of the How do' road tilizing. An average yield under normal GROVES. I'r
\ horses. It nearly tickles a fat woman to sugar cane without destroying both, 500.
conditions is
builders, keen water from gathering death to run' the front the and the flavor of the .gallons of syrup
-1 up on steps quality syrup, to an acre. A low price for this 10 acres of good land in splendid orange district, 4 milesfrom,
t on the traveled"way of a road? Should without falling. and the sameTls true of many varieties syrup Kissimmee 6
good this
1 is 60 cents a gallon, while I in small acres 'bearing grove, splendid crop year

r. e r. _____________________________________________ bottles or one or two-quart tins 75 special price for balance of this'month. It will pay you to investigate

I>I 4L:114; : ttttttttttttttttt. %%:%%%.o.*OH.**+44 000.000000000,0*+ tfr OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO, oooooooooooooo. oooooooo 0 HOtp OOot cents and $1 a. gallon is easily. obtained I this property now it is a bargain. .

1 for a good article. The cane crop : 60 acres of good land, little over a mile from Ry.. achool.and

tI >'11 II. There Is Little Lake Front Property leaves the land in good condition: and church all good orange-land but 10 acre, now has 20 acres in cultivation

iI the farmer can feed the byproductsto fenced and Cross-fenced,.about 8 acres grove, half bearing, 1

) Left In Florida For Sale : .' his stock and thus. obtain" additional house box 4.. large rooms, 2 porches. stables, good corn bins,'some

profit very fine hammock land,'''cheap at 5000. Time on ,half or more if %

; ', Whenever a good article of Floridacane .desired balance easy payment plan. Good crop this year. '$ I
I HAVE several tracts;: directly on the shores of Lake syrup has been introduced it has '

: >< met a ready! welcome. It only needs :23\/2\ acres good land adjoining city limits; 6-room house, sere

Kissimmee': to be prepared and placed on the mar yant*' house, barn, chicken house, cow barn over 200.acres bear P

, : ,. ket in such.shape that the buyer will ing orange tree, and other fruit, lot of shade pretty place owned

personwho, makes areasonable. 'offer., Sold on know what.he getting to" create an by a widow living in Pa., Price $4500. Term favorable, fine '

' '.:, ';4, easy terms or will: exchange for property in Kissimmee. insistent and constantly growing de- home and good location'can graduate children from hick school ,i

t 4 A't -- ., mand., Properly prepared and advertised and have them home every night. Many other good bargains, write .

t:; : Write at once to .it should find a ready sale wher- u* for what you want, we can secure it for you. I

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ISSUED age living in cities of 100,000' or over I I If the present postmaster does not It would be no surprise to his friendsif

HANDBOOK is small, the highest being 6.6 in the FLORIDA MANCOLLAPSES resign his term will expire March. : 15th, FLORIDA WILL BE Mr. Holloway received a federal office .
South Atlantic but the
percentage 1914.
before'leaving for Florida.W. .
BY. THE FEDERALGOVERNMENT- in rural districts is high being'' IN AMONG THE LIST H. Rogers, a prominent citizen,
above 80 in all the southern divisions. :In spite of the fact that a general of Sewall' Point, conferred today with, s
The question of child welfare in the alarm has been
sent through the papers
Representative Clark over political at..
South is thus distinctly a, rural question -- NATIONAL CAPITOL 'of the country for W. P. Douglas, OF SOUTHERN'STATES: fairs in his district. '

and even In the North and Westa a prominent resident of Jacksonville,

very considerable part of it is rural. : Florida, who is reported to have 'disappeared W. A. Carter, of Tamps and his son.

GIVES CHI STATISTICS I I CAUSED BY ACUTElSblGESTION in this city on September 12, TELEGRAMS and Sparkman Ball, a' grandson of
Major Charles Wright the Tampa,'i the police here have not been requested Representative Sparkman, were today

capitalist l is in Washington. spendinga j I 'by the Jacksonville 'authorities or accompanied to the White House and 1,

FIGURES SHOW THAT CHILDREN 0 ,few days. Mr,, Wrighlj'has been I WAS IN WASHINGTON SEEKINGTO the 'missing man's relatives to take WN.HOLLOWAY, FORMER STATE Introduced to President Wilson bReprelentatlye' -

UNDER FIFTEEN YEARS, OF' motoring.with his,,1am through New j HAVE REPUBLICAN RETAINED any action. : Sparkman. Mr. Carter -*,
AOE'MAKE UP ONETHIRDOF England ,during the eumme= months. I Dispatches state that Douglas, whois I. a prominent lawyer of Tampa,
The'major says the weather 'got too : AS POSTMASTER'ATGREENVILLE. secretary of the Florida Life Insurance IN WASHINGTON 'and partner of'Mr.'Sparkman.
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POPUTATION.Washington cold for him,In' New England.a few I'. Company was last heard of SEEKING GOVERN; }

days ago and he started south,, Whenhe I in Washington on September 12. Sine MENTWashington 'JOB.

D. C., Sept; 28.-The reached 'New'York he shipped his : then no trace of him has been found. -

ChlJcI n'* Bureau of the Department automobile home and is proceeding I Washington, D. C., Sept 25.-M. A, He had intended going from here to ThoroughbredDurocs.

of Labor,of which Miss Julia CT. La- southword by 'easy stages. He will : McDowell of Greenville, cashier of a Glade Springs Va. but inquiry there '. D. C., Sept., 28.-Re.cently .

throp Is chief has issued the first part leave Washington in a few;days forAtlanta ,bank in that city, who came to Wash- is said to have developed no trace of the Department of Agriculture

of handbook of federal statistics of and go from thereto Thom-I ington recently, was today taken suddenly his whereabouts. announced new service to be given ... .._ ,,
of asville where 111 in the House of Representatives Acting on the information containedin the farmers of the country in the way
children, which* shows the number he has some relativell.j '
office building and collapsed. He pf furnishing crop statistics by wire. I have four pair fine pigs, 7 week
children in the countrywith their sex, From there he will return\ to the press dispatches, the, police
and :was taken to a room in Congress Hall made Inquiry at.all hotels and other 'To test the value of this service the old, weaned and ready to ship, whichI
nativity, parentage geo .
age ,distribution. !across the street and a physician summoned retreats in this city, without findingany Department decided on six ...tate.--' will sell for $10 a pair,f. o. b. Tsftjalso

j .graphic The figures have been. compiled from WANTS MONEY I who declared McDowell was trace of the missing man. The Illinois,. Missouri; Minnesota, Iowa, 1 brood sow 1 year old and ,2

and suffering from an attack of acute indigestion company of which Douglas is secretaryis Kansas, Texas and later. Oklahomawas boars 8 months old,-will sell the sow
'of the 1910
the ,
reports He was revived by the not represented here, and local insurance added. for $25 and the boar,.for $10, each.These .
in small pamphlet facts regarding I
present a
FOR MQVEMENTSOUTHERN physician inside of an hour and the men do not know the missingman Senator Fletcher at once took up the hogs are thoroughbred Duroca,
children which, in the census; :
doctor declared. he would soon be all personally.It matter of securing this service for and are in best condition.. Write or
be found only through
reports, are to '
I right: Florida and has been assured that the call onS84tpd
searching long tables where the CROPS was !suggested that Douglas might
many McDowell came to Washington in have gone to Atlantic City to attend service will commence between October DANN PRESCOTT
data fbr children are given combination
with those,for adults. The I the interest of J, T. Phillips, the pre (the convention of life insurance rep- : 1st and October 6th. Taft Fie. '
ent postmaster of Greenville whose resentatives held there last week. The very latest reports on crop oon- A
figures are of course necessary as a ON FIRST AND 15TH OF MONTHSAYS .
ditions in
friends wish to continue him in office. Florida as obtained by the .. .
work for .
bails in planning large-scale '!iAn order was recently issued by the Nominations of James B. Perkinsto Department of Agriculture in Washington : - .

child welfare; and it is the hope of the Postoffice Department transferring be U. S. :Marshal for the'northern will be telegraphed Weather -

bureau that the handbook will be a BY THAT MEANS MANY ,the office from fourth to third class. Florida district and J. Clifford Drown Observer Mitchell at Jacksonville, Weaver

convenient book of,reference for the MILLIONS OF FOREIGN GOLD This would make It'a presidentiol ap- for the southern,district were confirmed such telegrams giving much informal M. G. ;
growing number of persons actively 'WILL BE ADDED TO THIS pointment and take the selection of a by the Senate on September 26th.. tion on the subject. Mr..Mitchell has Pr f..._ .'M" I"", ,r

,engaged In such work. The future COUNTRY'S TRADE. postmaster out of the hands of''the the necessary printing presses for FINE ARTS
sections of the handbook will deal with Representative Clark ,chairman of the .
Civil Service Commission give the copying- telegrams, and this Information -'""-
more specific questions affecting children 'Congressman the. rght to recommenda the public buildings and grounds committee will be in the mail 'In Jacksonville : Employing nn mttkojt In l.mtming

+' ; the birth rate and infant mortality Washington D. C., Sept: 28.To postmaster. has announced that'ln all prob- I three hours aftet it has been re- rapid uniting, *A.f cA4nf,mini

Illiteracy and school attendance, present the views of the Farmerl'Educational' '. Phillips bar held the office for some ability there will be no omnibus PUb- ceived by him and will be given each oil"". ",;';'. Tfmckmg .b. .,.

child labor, and the defective dependent and Cooperative Union, time. He is a- Republican, but nevertheless lic buildings. bill 'reported during the newspaper In Florida, in time for publication ehit.eior.4 p.r.p.eeie. .* n
and delinquent children. It is be. representing 3,600,000 farmers of the his friends declare, he ,has coming session in December. The desire -* \ on Thursdays or Fridays. '.modfint. . .
ing compiled by Lewis Meriam, the United States, on currency, rural credits been an efficient official. Another of the' Democratic Congress to.1 -

assistant chief of the Bureau, who has and distribution of funds for the candidate for the office Is L. A..Green, avoid a charge of extravagance and W. M. HollowayTof Gainesville, former Studio at Park Hotel'Pmat.leuooa

for seven years been connected with movements of crops a committee who up to a few weeks ago ii understood the fact that the supervising architectof State Superintendent of Public Instruction and class work

the United States Census Bureau. named at. a recent meeting of the or- to'have been a. resident of Jack- the Treasury Department Is threeor ; came'' t? Washington today. ,

According: to the figure" in part 1, ganization at Salina Kansas, recently sonville.. It is doubtful if the Post- four years behind are the reasons.

on April 16, 1910, Uncle Sam had called upon President Wilson. It was office Department will acquiesce in the The bill, according' to present Indications :

I 29,49dJ36 children under '15 years of at the.instance of Secretary McAdooof appointment of Phillips will be Introduced in the ses : :: 4aR.A.Yi5T

almost the Treasury Department that the t sion, beginning in December 1914, af- '
made one- '
and :they up
I age :::>:trE: :: G ARDEN6Railroad : :: ::
third of his entire family. Almost all President received this 'committee. A; W. Knowles, of St. James City, .3T the Congressional election I

these children were born ort his own Secretary McAdoo accompanied them. is in Washington urging that a U. S. Are. aid Dakoi, St., Kisshassec, FLu.:' ,

.: soU. The foreign-born white children Senator Smith of South Carolina introduced revenue agent be- stationed at. St. Walter Platt and Mrs. Flatt, of Tampa Now have ready for'setting out: '

.', numbered only 759,346 and formed the committee. It consistedof James City. Mr. Knowles explained who have been traveling extensively Strawberry Plants Eggplant Plants
of the total numberof Dabbs of S. ,C. Sparkman that there in the East, called on Representative "
i J only 2.6 per cent i E. W Maysvillc, .,to Representative CauifloWer Bell Pepper'' Plant 4
, children. Child-welfare work is chairman, who is also president of the is a large factory there engaged in .Sparkman and the other membersof Tomato Plant

\' thus done In the main for children born South Carolina section; Robert M. the manufacture of hemp. A great the Florida delegation today': '
And will soon have celery and all kind of vegetable plant
C. S. C. Hobbs, of material..for the factory ;
In the United States. Cooper, of Wisocky, S. ; quantity raw .
" Maj. William\ B. Ladue, Corps of that best in this country,.by 100 or 1000.
;, Many of the native children are, of of Clinton, N. C.; James-N. Patten of is imported and it Is necessaryat
who has been In of
; course the children of immigrants.. Washington D. C., accompanied themas present 'to have the ships call at the Engineers contract, division of the charge engineer Enquire,of NICK ROGERO, Supt.

The figures show that in 1910 there counsel.. Boca Grande, the nearest customs port, bureau at the War 'Department for =mz=mz===*==mmz.

'were 7,225,569 native white children In 'regard to the (Deposit'of federal and have their cargoes appraised afterwards about four'yearst has been ordered to 4 ,

..1 ,nth one or both parents foreignborn.The funds for the movement of crops, the unloading into smaller boats St. Louis for duty with the Mississippi -

native white with both parents organization Is desirous of urging that and take the cargoes to, St. James river commission until December 20
" native numbered 17,731,680 and formed the,refund do not take place monthly City. Mr. Knowles.declared. this ,is aha when he will go Jacksonville, Flor-, Rollins College Winter Park Fla.

60.1 per cent' .of all ,the children in 'beginning December 1, but that beginning !" )ship on the manufacturers and is ida, to take charge of .the river and LiAt

'; r' the country. There were 8,665, January 15, the installments be- hindering an industry which has fine harbor works in that vicinityreliev- OLDEST'COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL'CAMPUS 'IN FLORIDA. r

: gro children, forming 12.4 per cent of gin and proceed bi-mon/hly, carryingthe prospects. Together Knowles,with called Representative upon- ing Maj. John R. Slattery, Corps of College, Academy Music, Expression. Fine Arts Domestic and Industrial .i
transaction the They Sparkman,
the total number. over summer. Engineers.A .
Art. Business, Taechers' Coarse.
mainlyin would also advance the time for the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury L
The negro children are found Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric fire
) lights, :protection,, fine
4 matter Over.
the sputhern_,.and southwesternstates annual deposits to be made for moving Williams\ and talked the woman always enjoys a play more gymnasium no malaria quarter-million dollar endowment. ,Three teachers !

whereas the foreign-born whitesare tie crops; ;and also increase the amountto Mr. Williams will present the.matter if it.can make her cry or if the heroine of mUllc. $5,000 organa dozen pianos, two, glee clubs, chorus class '

located principally in New Eng- be at the disposal of the farmer. (o Secretary McAdoo for his consider 'wears a dress like hers. Superb new rooms for business school, equipped with every modern device;
analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, 'water; preparation for engineering!
land and in the Middle Atlantic and Regarding the currency: legislation, ation. . courses. ,
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North Central states. The native they would have the bill amended to -Wilson- today tooka Lakes boating swimming galf. tennis football, basket ball. t

whites of native parentage are, of extend the 'time ..on prime commercialpaper Representative the 666 Christian, but undenominational i; expenses ,moderate; scholarship.
of his constituents ]tq No. available. For catalogue address
instead ofa group ;
distributed and for farm products.
course, more evenly !: desirable White House and State Departmentand William Fremont Blackman, Ph. D, LI. D. President. + \\
in numbers in all sixty-day term, it seems prepared etpeclsltf .
are prenent large introduced them to the Presidentand This I U a prescription
sections of thecountry.The that a six-months term be provided on Among the for MALARIA or CHILLS 6. FEVER. O' I" ,
unperishable Secretary Bryan. Five or six! dote will break any cue, and
of products xxxxxxxx $
xxxxxxx i is
show the importance representing .i'
figures paper visitors! wjrS.. A. Alford of Chipley! if fiken then at a tonic; the Fever will not
giving thought'to the welfare of the so that the pro"uce.may enabled -- J. R. Alford of Hartford, Alabama; return. It sets on the Ii"er.belter than F',
children In the smaller cities and in to wait a favorable market.In W. C Alford of Bonifay, and J. :B. Calomel and docs not ripe or sicken.:25c RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME'

rural communities. Social work for the matter of cotton the argument have

children has'been developed to a high is used that two out of ,every Glenn of Chipley. The Montreal party and faded and colorless and other interests prevent my living there, I offer'for,,sale my r'y'
Old rugs
in many;of our large cities but three bales are shipped abroad, and determines been on a' tour visiting' place on Fish Lake,.four and a half miles from Kiisimmee. and equidiitaat -
degree cities.
and other northern made to look like new.. -
r' Quebec,
.the figures show that less than one the balance o>( trade in favorof carpets ., from SL Cloud. r

child living in a city of 100,- the United States. Could" the pro- W. H. Towles -of Fort Myers, Is here Cleaned and color restored without This. property comprises over 20 acres-of good land and)has ,

? '000 inhabitants or over and that three ducer be enabled to hold cotton untila Representative Sparkman to removing them from floor without injury 660 feet on the Jake front. Excellent fishing.

in five are living'in villagesof favorable market affords. the best urging Mrs. Corinne Sum- to the. most costly fabric."Turkish :. The land is half fruit:and balance muck. Hal house almost ''
children daughter, '
in dis "millions of dollars in foreign have Oriental new, story and 'half, 30x30 ft. Has water in the house two wells
inhabitants or price many at and
Fort Indian
less than 2,600 merlin, appointed,postmaster. Persian
( of these is ) of fine artesian out-buildings
annual increaseto one flowing water'good ,
In New would be the .
communities. gold there was
rural. months kind. Satisfaction
, tinctly Myers. Some ago of any guaranteed barns and I "
Middle ,:Atlantic, the of trade In tho United and chicken runs. '
England and of the postmaster resigning when restored'or no chargesA
theo :. talk, County road and A.,C. L Railroad run through south end of lot
;'North,Central. and Pacific-states in cities States.. Mr. Sparkman ,recommended the appointment postal brings me to your door. with station adjoining. Telephone 'service' with.Kiuimmee and St. ,
of'chlldren'lIving \ :Latera
percentage is fargreater .Senator Fletcher has introduced in of Mrs. Summerlin.held there Art sqnareand... csrpets'$l.00, small Cloud.. Title to property perfect Price I.very reasonable'and terms j jgiven I-* .

,of'i IGq.ooOl Inhabitants or/over : the Senate an amendment to the urgent preferential..primary.was1 26, cents. ,if desired.' Apply to J. W. P nti't Box 196.. Kissinucsee, Fla, +
high as 43:4.fn B. Lee as postmaster t'Jti
reaching a. ,
which selected Wiley 1
$15,- : 37lfi
In the o deficiency bill appropriating to his Box 142,:Kissimmee, i
:the Middle AtTantlc'croup. the shores of .. But Sparkman stnck, Post ,Office w SM y w w Yt'ft m w$w w s! .
South Atlantic; and South Central 000 for groins to protect recommendation for Mrs.. Summerlin. Fla. ', 3S-4-pd-11) ; si ifi w ffi ifi ui w w m m
:J5t..Augustine. ,
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slates. Oakland. Leaving baggage in the I I-M-l-I I I I I I I I I I I ...t'..++f tM-, fiiiiiiiii I I I I I M I I ,inn i n I 11 in' I
I I stockmen of \the Western 1 '
EXPORTS FROM THE tick not only) reduces the value, CONGRESSMEN car we entered the spacious depot.
; f' The stunts Most of the fellow travelers went,to I ',' ORLANDO.BUSINESS :
but it
of the hide to tanner,
i animal and makes RUN FROM San Francisco! ; engaging a slght-see-1
the growth of the I MUST
UNITED STATES TO .it' impossible to put on the normal ll I : ing car they saw this
4 i other, places visited was Chinatown COLLEGE
and it in- Among
of fat nd
y LA TIN-AMERICAS1000OOOEVERYDAYINYEAR j| creases'the amtfynt of feed-necessaryto 1 THE OLD DISTRICTS .wierelheeatabjes' in some store' .u ., .,..... --- ----,
the gtock- I II windows looked so un-eatable, my .,'- ,
F '. sustain the animal. Where I
I man has to feed bot the cattle and the : friends were almost made sea-sick on Ii
land. Secretary Grace spent the MODERN COURSES IN ; i.
'" --' 'licks.heJsn an exp ; Oakland. _
:' ;, i Florida n6"\v'\ has some fifteen r daY'1uietlY1ntlteudepot __,_
.....--:-- !] twenty
: INCREASE OF'NEARLYTWO HUN-i ,a largely increased number by L'ENGLE WILL AGAIN BE CANDIDATE _ ,others more idly crowds on a seat Banking Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship, 1't' : : f t

i t -'DRED PER CENT SINCE 1900-' another )'ear. Alabama, we believe, ,FROM STATE AT outside''go.watching" great strongest in come my Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and (I//":''
has 400 vats and more are being and Lingering 1
; .- EXPORTS TO OTHER 'constructed right along. - .LARGE.. REDISTRI TING- memory, are two Chinamen'in earnest all )Branches; of Civil service. "

COUNTRIES SHOW INCREASE .'. The agricultural college at Gaines. ACT NOT EFFECTIVE conversation. One was a bright-faced,

4 ;OF 67 ]ville 'or the department of agriculture BEFORE MARCH Americanizes young man, showing he DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES .. iti

: CENT. Washington will furnish free of 5, 1915. [ was .educated by countenance and ac-
PER fat cost to ,any farmer or stockman full .-:....- tions. The other wore the black "Experienced Teachers in Charge: Diplomas Granted and :...

\ particulars and' diagrams,for the con: Jacksonville Sept 27.-Opinions of sateen ,"jacket" of the Ch nese'working Positions Secured for Graduates: d'

\, p ''Washington, D. C., Sept. 28.-Exports j I I legal lights to the contrary notwithstanding class,'and over Ms shoulders were patronize' Home Institutions,, y
: v" 'from the United States to Latin- I formula many Floridians are firm in suspended two immense baskets bal ., I ",'

; America in the fiscal year 1913 I used in them.-Pensacola Journal. the belief that the congressional re- anced by a pole, as 'we'see
,t' amounted to a million dollars for I districting bills passed at the recent of the real China. It was 'an object For Prices and Terms calico or, address: 'i'
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f' business day in the year and lesson of what transformation our *. ,
," every legislative session does not providefor
: ; :: show an increase of nearly 200 per GRAPEFRUIT! IS the. establishment of a fourth dis- country'works for Xhose who can and I Business H "; '
In the'term "Latin- culture and' learning. College
i : cent since 1900. trict in time to allow :contest for that will accept its .
;, 't< 'America" are included South America :I BUT HALP CROPEXCHANGE thing that'does not exist,"and the election 'Toward night we' gathered togetherat I
"i' the Guianas), Central Amer. the car-steps and the porter wel-
except I thereby making necessary anther -, THIRD FLOOR PHONE 597
4 'f lean Republics, Mexico; Cuba, Haiti, race from the state at large. comed us "home" with proud exclamation '
; ", "' Domingo. The value of exports MANAGER POINTS left HAND BUILDING ORLANDO FLORIDA ;' ,
i \ and Santo ; Congressman Claude L'Engle' Is : "everything is just as you ; ;
f r < from the United States to these OUT FOLLY OF TRYING'' TO among those who take 'thls view of it." Westward at last, through the j I ., ," .
countries in the fiscal'year 1913 was : darkness safe from harm which be- J ',, I
STICK lIf ARK ET'WITH the situation, _and he expects to run I 32-Ct
t 321 million dollars against 108 mil! J I'OOR FRUIT. again from the state at large, and not falls some travelers.. *" } lion in 1900, an increase of 197 per I from the Fourth District, which is not One da _more of California with -.. -'.- ]
d cent, while the export to otherparts established until March 4, 1915, on its mountains and rich vegetation, and j I 1" _', 'I 1 1l
\ of the world were increasing but ,67 The people who send green grape- which day his term expires. He contends into Nevada where arid lands, irri- ;l d w 1i 1w 1

1 y i per cent, I fruit to market in hopes of getting a that he cannot run for some gated in spots, and saloons I remember I i '

The most rapid gains In the exports I II good price for it are nothing less than i thing that does not exist, and the; election best. We looked curiously out at I a d ': } :
I to Latin-American countries during | mighty foolish, is the belief of L ,D. is held in the November preceding Reno, which) if not-for evil reputationof .
the period under consld .ratlori' ccur. Jones, business manager of <\a Florida March, 1915. This'being the case, "matchmaking" would seem like I ,'.: ;); J
red in the trade with Argentina and Citrus Exchange. "' Congressman Frank 'Clark will againbe any other small city of the reclaimed I IN t

Brazil. The value of merchandise exported He is convinced that this year:a forced< to Argentina in 1900 was 11V4 shortage in grapefruit will make the Judge Charles B. Parkhill of Tampa was a village with the ironical name i.
I 't million dollars, and in 1913, ovgr''S2% fruit worth a great deal more later in for years supreme court justice,,takes, of Lovelock. About every third house I I II f / PLANERS 'REsn's HELP!STEAM FEED FEEDS RIP \ I iI

t million; to Brazil, in 1900, UV4 million the season when it' is in. its prime thanit the same view as does Collector of Internal seemed a saloon. Later on our train : TONER MATCHERS EDGERS TRIMMERS t
j 4 I dollars, and in 1913, 422-3., million. can possibly be worth now,, Revenue Hays Lewis who is a slowed' up at a village' of three houses, PERKI !I' ?H1\SI.H MACHINERY ",, I f
Cuba showed a marked gain, though All our reports are that, there won'tbe close student of political matters. "In all' aloons. A traveling man aboard KNGl'VKS, up to 40 h. SAWMILLS ,'I, '
,. f a ' not so large a percentage of gain as to exceed 1,200,000 boxes of grapefruit spite of opinions expressed by some testified (probably from experience) BOILERS. op t. 40 h. Llahl and Meaq ''J I f
t "' shown in the trade with Brazil, the exports in the state this year, said\ he to able lawyers, I predict that each con I "they don't charge anything for beer I HAW HIST: 'ON\'EYOR. KLAB, "AN\'EYORII '
i to that island in 1900 having The Times this morning. gressman will again be forced to run through here!I" We sometimes think GASOLINE K" aiNKI !STRAW FEEDS 1
been 26H million dollars, and in 1913, "Less than half a crop, eh?" saidE. from his own district 'with L'Engle I Florida is wet: but it is indeed dry LATH MILLS STAVE: MILLS \$' :,, (
million dollars while the Mexico A. Wright, of the Florida Grower I compared with the part ,of Nevadaseen DI4sTON! S.tWSSAW (
f 70V4 running from the state at said
I HIT for all ...... .( ..W. ( ,I
I.who\was present.<<: "There were about Mr. Lewis. "You can't run for an office on the Southern Pacific road. anAgr'INQ PI'I.I.BOSEII ..

$ I two artd-arlarlf'inillion boxes last year, that does not exist, and the Fourth Then the desert commenced, but not 'BKbTIVU 4 mrmtrm-...... t. newt J
I ] ports to Uruguay show a very large wasn't' there?" district will not be reality when the as great as the one traversed outward : LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS ,{ c
1 f percentage of gain, the value of merchandise "Just about that," said Jones. next congressional election Is held." bound to California. Little green I KVKRVTNIN'O FOR THE "f (
l I : a t ,' pent to the country in 1900 With only a half'a crop of the fruit Municipal Judge W. W. Anderson : hamlets, or cosy little homej tucked I 1 SAWMILL 'jI
i ,, having been les sthan two million dollars )- it seems as !if the growers-would find stated that he had not studied the redistricting inot! irrigated nooks in the mountains, Writ* '01'f Sd
': ti ti ,. and in 1913, 7Mr million. To it the part of wisdom to hold their law carefully, tut'that he refreshed the eye often. So we: passed I .e rIces c

"M # Peru exports increased from 1 2-3 mil'I fruit as long as possible instead of considered that the supreme /Court, in through Nevada, and into the land o: t w i' I
I, lion in 1900 to ,7 1-3 million in-J913; dipping* out as soon as they can dos case the matter is taken before that I the Jlormons' -Utah. ' IIi

Jt Il q', to Chile, !in 1910, 314 million, in 1913, s and keep out of the clutches of the body, ,would consider the intent, and .. Grace A. To\vnaend. J F

16 million; to Columbia, in 1900, ''2%. law. (And some' of them, don't keep not the letter of the law, and causean I ....

P r million, in 1913, 7 1-3 million; to Venezuela tar out, either). election from the four districts next I UNITY OF EJo'Jo'OUT' +I, 1
,r in 1900, 2% million, and in 1913, It is the late fruit that gets, the time.-Pensacola Journal. ']
tutions must give consideration; to the to bring commercial facilitiesup
pi v. i 58-4 million; to Ecuador, in 1900, IVi big! money always, especially ;n the ----.:.-- Town'and nary t
country people togethercan needs:and wishes of the farmer to'the high standards demanded,
million, and in 1913 '2% million. To grapefruit line. The biggest and best j ,
do deal for this d
; a great communityas Our public Institutlonr'rnust be so but when-these change. have been ,
from less always hold their fruit backs CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
Haiti the exports increased growers
whole that neither could do alone.
t a organized and so conducted as to merit made and when the'new order of
than 3 million in 1906 to' 6 2-3 million > long as possible until it is of'the
,SECRETARY'S Better by far that all the money and and receive the undiyided support and things has become established, this J1
Domingo; test possible flavor. And make LETTER
in 1913, and those to Santo t'
I efforts of our commuity combined. patronage of the entire population, as community will be able to hold its
from l 1-a million in' 1900 to 53-4 the good money out of it.-Tampa '
; and concentrated in the well with effectiveness their a
producing as to serve equal people and 'patron ge
6 million in 1913. Times. THE CHRISTIAN ENREAVOR SEC in af- all members of the I another t
I highest efficiency community community. Let us but understand 'one v
.! ' An examination' of the official RETARY'S TRIP':"' HOMEWARD fairs than be divided and situation in which ..' v
..... .... (Ithat they so Community wealth must be used for and the we are
'' i figures f--ih- tles'n' question, I ULU RESIDENT BOUND. .. scattered as to result in mediocrity or community service. The inclination in'] placed and we shall at once really y; ()

:' I ,' ,: :. just completed by the Bureau of For : 'in total failure. ; ,' some! ,quarters to' separate the ,interestsof that we ar aiming at the same mark, J- J

l' \; 'II s j. l. ,! !,,-,eign'+. and Domestic mme cee : .' PASSED,;,' 't !AWAY. ,, laFive'i 1: *'v days '\of" .'ii:7fn'te( w' ai t.ic'onventf *( !iflThe' farmer'' roust'give" his;'\undivided ,. the,city'from.,those the'town:" is I seeking a single end-to make ,thjs :'Jl, II
shows that
of Commerce 23 Los s' '
"*" and fourteenv more'in
partment -"> home town and enterprising I<
: t support to the town, i institutions to short sighted and only temporary. our community m
per cent of their imports, Inthe latest COL.. B. R. SWOPE DIED' AT HIS Angeles all filled with pleasure. Then, which ,he looks, for service' of any More mature consideration and 'only : progressive and 'prosperous; "., f
: ,,1, 'j year for which their official statistics, one afternoon, farewell to the kind in I Let pull together and not I',
,1 HOME IN WAYNESBORO, kind; the merchant also the plan a little experience will show its folly. us apart.-
? I J) : are available (in most cases 1912)), VIRGINIA. relatives and the city I shall never ning and management of village insti- Some radical changes may,be 'neces,I.Live Oak Democrat. tReduced'
\. I .j" ; were drawn from the United States. forget. Starting, just one little secretary I

', \' I ,i, The Latin-American countries, in which for a long journey in a "sleeper" bT1
\ y J' imports from the United States formed Col. B. R. Swope is dead at Waynes- of total strangers. Here was learneda

J i ,"r a distinctly larger percentage of the boro; Va., having passed'' away Wed helpful lesson. I had anticipated,
I t. total imports in 1912 than in 1905 are nesday afternoon, according'' to advices and then realized, the Christian' fellowship Prices on Michelin Tires

I : Brazil, Chile, Peru, Bolivia and received in the city last night. en route to Los Angeles in a
c r ; ; Cuba. Cuba, Mexico"Haiti, and Santo Col.! Swope was one of the pioneersof car of mostly Alabama' and Florida T z

d I'i I Domingo obtain from the United Florida, .having for many years delegates. We were congenial friends Effective 15 1913 t''
: : i States over one-half of, their 'respective been associated with H. B. Plant when and they did m egood. Returning it Sept. ,
1 1 t imports; Central America, 'as a the Plant system was being built in was not to be with Endeavorerstherewas
,I ; :whole, about 50 per cent; Venezuela, this state, and for a while lived in not one,in the car-but at the end ()
'1 over 30 per cent; Colombia and Ecua- Tampa. In later years he has been of the four days together, when, being .

(' ','h : dor, each about 28 per cent; Paragua spending his summers in Waynesboro, the.,first to break the ;pilgrimage "cir YOU MICHELIN
i} ' 'i, 2 8-4 per cent), and the remaining Va., and the winter in Tampa. He cle" I said good-bye, on nearing Colorado , eDON'T

7 i' i, countries between 10 and 20 per cent was the owner considerable: property ''Springs, it was to shake hands t

; Imports into:the United States from in Florida, Thrower Bros., the local with every passenger, and, with a gen ;

Latin-America' show also large .gain rental agents, having charge of hip I uine throb of regret__in my heart, realize Red
"E during the period since 1900, the total interests here. that I was leaving friends. Blessed VId KNOW t

'tier I in 1913 having been 441 million, dollar Colonel Swope had many friends'in ,be the love kindled and ..ever-burn ,
against 162 million in 1900. The percentage Florida() who will regret to hear of ing with the loving Father above as 'flu I

1e of gain in' imports' from these his death. The ,funeral took place ,in its source, which illuminates the hearts what a Inner fni'h. '

: countries was thus 171 per cent, Waynesboro this afternoon.-Tampa and lives and actions of Christians, _, ',.
I ;\ against .an increase of 197 per cent Times. > not just Christian Endeavorers, all GOOD
}, ', :; in exports from the United States Christians! :

thereto. HOW TQ BUILD The Southern Pacific between Los : .
It") \ Manufactures form the bulk of the Angeles and Oakland often approaches FF1 I Tire Tubes }
I : exports to the countries in question, ; the F ,
up\ oceaiu. Beautiful
4 ,' The only way to build town,is resorts, c
and crude foodstuffs and manufacture:
for everyone to go hand in hand- among them Santa Barbara Ventura,
IA? /, $tr t ''ers Materials the bulk of the Imports -- '
Monterey and Pajaro resembled i -
,i ey ry'man to the wheel. Banish all our
$; f n .I', from them... Cotton goods, flour, manufactures feelings of disorder If seaport towns in the large number of I "
any; but let ti t"ff Best ufith all and
: '' ;:; of iron and steel, mineral harmony prevail and prosperity will tourist hotels. One thing noticed with if you have not types f

1,:' oils, automobiles, 'railway cars, furniture follow. Talk about it, speak well of approval was the large number of occupied f makes of.
I vF '" ,, , l lumber, agricultural implements, it, encourage your men at the headof tents scattered in ma places 1 triedMICHELIN nvelopes" a aa ae
J1 leather and leather goods'' are the ,
along the shore. Rents
municipal affairs; choke the croakers -
t} r' a principal articles exported to the area gag the grumblers\ and squelch the such places in California, but tent-life Imitated in but '
; J Ji' in question, while. sugar, coffee, cacao, scolders. Beautify the streets in ev- gives health and with it freedom and Color ,
: tobacco India rubber nitrate
'I wool, of cheapness which allows
ery way, patronize i its merchants"refrain many to enjoy -< '
w .' soda, copper, hides and sisal are the the y.a y.
from sending outside for goods, ocean's coolness in summer, / ,
: i l. principal articles<<: imported therefrom. favor home enterprises always, and if who could not otherwise afford it j I J 'Unequaled in Quality b

\ } I you can't think of,some good word to The 'July afternoon slipped away
I l' , THE CATTLE TICK ERADICATION say, keep quiet _Be a good hustler I could hardly bear to see.the darkness

+ IN FLORIDA and keep it up.-Fernandina .News- gather to shut ,out frora,-view of my -
; ; ..!s It is gratifying to note that the Record.'I' car window the great waters. ,Slowly We pay cash for old tires or make a, 'discount for (
enterprising cattlemen of Florida ,
i the sun went down, and the Pacific '
i, are adopting modern' methods for the Enthusiasm is, the airship that carries seemed in. a.glory of color. The surf them on new ones .. IE
II ; :eradication of the cattle tick -a ,' ,
para us away through the clouds, and :was, coming in and the breeze wad '
t: I :+ :i' ,' ,site 'probably originally imported disappointment is the, hard old placewe cool l and damp which fanned us aftera .. 1 ; i
w ,from Texas. land with that dull, sickening thud day of sunshiny heat, ; It,was eight 1
l' 1 : There ,is, but one sure method of: o'clock before I reluctantly looked in
1 r :'u killing, the cattle, tick:and that, is by When the young man gives you an instead of outside, 'and suggested to W.: B. Makinsqn Co.FSSMMEE h

,q 'i ', 'i{, '.' cattlemen engagement' ring,, girls, don't ever ,our courteous porter that he bring mea .', .
f : recently dipping make the D1 .Itake" of thoughtlessly folding table so I could cat. a lunch- .. . '
{' , 'rate and dry dipping their cattle 'after]saying, _"Gracious, it' is the most',beau box supper AND ,",,,,57V CLOUD FLORIDA, a

i t f : .I' ;the method now employed, y'the tiful one I'ever' receited.:" Our train .topped i most t\l day: in P

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ANSWERS TO'QUESTIO'NS !. OOtOH HUti. "'U UUU', 't fcfcft*tt . O O"tT." .6604. 6A,66.K'

THATt What is Denatured Alcohol? I :. GOOD- I ,

I What is denatured alcohol? Frequent comparatively harmless substitute for :

; .WILL ,BE. ASKED references are the ordinary ethyl or grain alcohol. It FENCEScfi

daily papers ,and magazines, but few could be used instead of grain alcohol : a

know very much about it. Everyone ) for making varnishes, liniments, : .\

ABOUT PAYMENT I INCOME TAX knows what ordinary, alcohol is. It tinctures hair-dyes, etc., and as a fuel 1 I -
(U,:also called grain--or- ethyl .alcohol-. In'lampI"and'-ltovea; :At first Its : .AFTER f earall( experitnentirg -

r Most governments derive a, large poisonous character was denied" In : 14v ., L- and expense, [.' .

BElNf ARRANGED BY, TREASURY revenue from the sale of ordinary alcohol toto. Thes led to its use in'the manufacture : andf: (labor the makers of > ,

,,and its retail price is very'high; of Jamaica ginger, essence I -- '
American Fence finally t tI
OFFICIALS-THOSE EFFECT. yet the cost of manufacture IB small of lemon', liniments, alcoholic extracts. : j ;

.ED,BY THIS FEATURE OF, In .United.States.: it sells for.about cheap whisky and proprietary."reme : I .produced a composition in

) TARIFF WILL,NEED i2.40 a gallon. It can be made from dies." l I steel that was :perfectly
corp fot Jess than 20 tents a gallon. Soon stories o death as :

h I.. /-. INSTRUCTION.WashingtohSept. The difference between cost and Belling well as of ,total blindness followingthe \ I adapted for fence lIIal I nlr. ".:

',. price represents'the Internal revenuetax use of this horrible poison began : F There is no other maker

: and .the profit of the wholesale to appear. It was not until a wholesale I
29.-The treasury dealer and middlemen. drug firm: in Baltimore had been. : offence that can use this ,

{ 'department Is preparing for a'flood 'Apart from its use In making whls- mulcted In heavy damages for using : s ccm position. It is patented < '

of questions concerning the new income ky and other beverages, grain alcoholIs "deodorized" wood spirit as a sub and the bf it increases
\ use ;
tax, realizing: that this feature a most useful liquid, and in most stitute for the four-times-as-expen- .

ofthe tariff bill about to become law countries Is.I widely employed for industrial sive grain alcohol in the manufacture I Via,, many fold, the value of the .' '.

\ strikes mON intimately at the taxpaying purposes-as a fuel, in hat and of Jamaica! ginger that the trade began American Fence to the

:f citizen than do the Indirect whip factories, in making varnishes, to "sit yp and take ,notice. user. It has enabled fens

i taxes collected through customs du for cleaning metals, paint, woodwork, Later, examples of wholesale pois : :

,: ties. 1ft color, chemical and dye works, etc. oning'began to be reported. Parties: ing to be made as near per.fection
.One of) the first atepe taken will be That alcohol be. sold A GOOD PNCB .
,l, grain may as of all classes of people-- workmen, : can be obtained

to distribute some income tax blanks cheaply as possible for domestic and picnickers, bar-room habitues, Indians ,

through postoffices, internal revenuer other purposes, most countries havean etc.=indulging in cheap whisky ' .

r; offices and other federal agencies. untaxed. grain alcohol, mixed with and its substitutes died or became AMERICAN

1 However, the fact that one does not wood spirit, benzine or 'other agents blind. Still later, it was found, that FENCE.L.. .

", receive a blank or.:a request .to'' pay that render it unfit for drinking'j purposes unfortunate painters, especially shel-

.- the tax will not exempt a, taxable ,, and yet permit of its use in lackers of) beer-vats, working in confined 'Is made by special machinery which is used only by the makers: of it. To develop , .

person,from the penalties the law the various 'Industries. This is denatured and unventilated places, were the invention of this machinery took years of experimenting and hundreds of '- ,

Representative Cordell Hull, of Tennessee alcohol, a specifically' prepared stricken with blindness s, and on investigation thousands,of dollars.

I who drew the Income tax pro grain alcohol selling fort{about it was proved that the befouled, M )0.

, vision of) the_tariff bill,. today made 50c, a gallon; .cheap because untaxed jebreathedand methylated atmos- As a result of these years of experience and vast expenditures, American.Fence,

public a detailed explanation: of the Before the introduction of, denatured
phere was responsible for the result.
F the beat-fence wire'in American
'' recognized as being made. Every Fence is live
tax plan affectingthe individual citi alcohol, people had to choose betweenpaying : About the time twenty persons were '

zen."The $2.40 a gallon for domestic poisoned in Kentucky, an equal num- F steel, always ready for emergency, and absolutelyreliable.. .

treasury regulations soon to alcohol, or using the poisonous, vile- ber of wood-alcohol victims were, within -

:' be prepared will make clear to every smelling wood '(methyl), alcohol; or twenty-four hours, killed and blind- w

, taxpayer the requirements of the law they could use the equally' poisonous ed in Dorpat Russia. As a result of .

r and tts application to income derived "deodorized" form, which sells at these, "accidents". agitation against '

I, from the various kinds of business," about the same price as denatured the unrestrained .sale of this poison F OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.As KISSIMMEE,. '

said! Mr.,lIull. "Any person who alcohol. was begun. r 'I"

,1 keeps familiar with his business 'affairs About 1890 a comparatively cheapmethod Denatured alcohol is as cheap as or 'V ; ', FLORIDA .

:' during' the year should have no of "deodorizing" the: ill-smelt cheaper than Columbian Spirits or any

,':,: difficulty in executing his tax return.,, Ing and vile-tasting wood alcohol was other kind of "deodorized". wood alcohol OOH-OoOOOOOOO"HH UC 4000000"'OOOO"'OUOoOO O U, OOOotO 00 o..o oo . .... M

How 'Tax is Dirided. discovered, and under various names, and can be bought at drugstores t
--------- --- -------
is divided into two such as "Columbian Spirits" "Puri wherever, the "deodorized" poisons ---------
phases"The, the 'normal'tax tax of one percent fied Wood Alcohol," "Cologne Spirits are on sale. There is no longer YififiYifiY'Y! ! ; ;Yifi! YiRliRlifi! ! t1

'on the whole income above $3,- "Union Spirits," "Eagle Spirits," any excuse for the sale of "deodor- I to the High Cost of Living I

6 000, and the additional tax that begins Green Wood Spirits,"etc.,this violent I ized" wood spirits. Its manufacture ,

,; with an extra one per cent above poison was put on sale. It was widely should be prohibited by law. It serves I have few ;

$20,000 and is graduated to six per and shrewdly advertised and all sorts no purpose that "denatured" alcohol Did you ever stop to think that our I charge it against the cost of neces a,
of virtues were. claimed for it, the will not serve and its existence is a
$500,060. Wherever the in'a better condition .
cent above people are financially sities. In other words,. the ordinary .
income tax is paid 'at the source' bya chief being that it was a cheap and menace to public health. today than they have ever been, citizen has a sixty-horse power slid- choice ;sections o fland ,

corporation for its employee or in -- --- """ -- -< regardless of all this rot about the I : .
four forward taste
ing-gear speeds
similar cases, only; the one per cent I matter of greatest wisdom to see that high cost of living. It is not the high j '
with ox-cart buying capacity. When
tl Iia BO paid. The Individual has WANTS STATEHEALTH too much political unity does not exIst cost of living that's confronting the I we drift an back' to the simple life of for. sale, at the.

pay an additional tax himself between state and federal boards people, It's the cost of things we think ; buying necessities and leaving the lux-

The provision of the law requiringthe BOARD for obvious reasons, and' that thete is we need-when uries for the other fellow, we find
tax to be withheld at the source a reasonable saving of power withinthe grown for the expensive\! .luxuries of !, that the high cost of living is not right price. :..' For

does not take effect/ until Nov i, 1913 state, to county and municipal au- which we ignore the cost, and we near so great. It's true that lands 'II
"For the first the citizens will POWER CURTAILED thorities. demand
year have advanced in price, but the -
internal i i Medical authorities who regard lay THE BILL COLLECTOR particulars apply to:
make return to the local revenue i accounts for this-more, people
collector before March 1, 1914, questioning of medical efficiency as An Alabama newspaper'recently I I and the same numberof acres of land e

as to his earnings from March 1, 1913, HAVE OTHERS tT THEIR MERCY insubordination are not the people to called attention to the fact that the i:means that demands be greater. The
have unlimited authority of compul- bill collector is looked as an un-' Box 228 II Kissim-
The collector upon
to the end of this year difference In_the cost of a barrel of ,
9 how much he sory medication nor is anybody else, welcome visitor and that be is not and .
; will notify hiM June 1 SAYS THE VOICE'OF ALL THE flour or a suit of clothes now .
in the-absence of an epidemic of contagion treated as a human being by some.' I .
-j owes and the tax must be paid by THE 'I twenty years ago is not so great whenwe Florida.f
June 30. Alter next year the tax will PEOPLE, or infection! :
; apply on the full calendar years: <\\'r//' ,;' ', '" ;' .VOICE. ,OF, "",. GOD.:;. :, : \' That these' men are willing to abuse a teeimilarivlewt;! ; and i makes'' this, plea of cotton, a ton of'hay, or a bushel of, ', ., .: :; <4t'
vI "If the income'of a person is e under II.'! ',i,'." / ./:.;'uf 1"0.\-\: \' 'Y ",0:"j'Ji, ,,. 'if!: "',,WiSFort : !' (;others at;}thef?rmercy; enotalwaysevidence <<; I for' ,th"' oll ctOr;'1))lV i H:M:!*:' 1i .JJf\, \<* corn.: The same hand-me-down suit : :;

"1 $3,000 or if the tax on same is with Smith, Ark., Sept' 24, 1913. that they are bad men, but I "Few people stop to consider what of clothes can be bought for ten or 41-4t '

held for payment at the source, or if Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kis- it is a result of training; and a further i' courtesy is due the bill collector. ,The twelve dollars today that could be got YififififilililiYi! ! tai
that the voice of all the peo- fact that a bill shows that
elsewhere in evidence you owe 15 or 20 Instead of buying
the same is to' be paid simmee, Fla. r years ago. '
ple is nearest the voice of God. some one has'extended you a courtesy. eight ten dollar suit now we ---
the United States an affidavit may Dear Sir: Through the undoubtedly an or pay
be made to :such fact and thereuponno patriotic and active agency of somebody Wishing the Gazette and your lively When you went into his store or other from twenty-five 'to fifty' for a suit years the account will l be placed,with 'I

,return will be required. I have received numerous copiesof little city the fulfilment of every. place of business he let the 'drummer'stand : that will last ho; longer-we are the life insurance companies for a i

well made paper, But the issue promise of good, I am, ]locking about with impatience, prompted by fashion to keep up the final settlement. "Have a good time,". .. ,

Everybody Must Pay. : your of the 19th, as have, others, contains Very sincerely yours, wondering whether he would be able style. Compare the price of the two is the pass-word of the young and 'i

"The tax Covers all incomes of citizens too much "Board of Health" matter HERBERT M. BECK. to 'close' before the train left; but articles, soap- and syrup today with some of the old of the present gener ;

of the United States, whether The American Medical Association I that didn't influence the merchant; the prices twenty years ago. Ain't ation. The younger generation is not .

living-here or abroad; those for is undoubtedly as active and energetic FOURTH ANNUAL you had come, an dyou were a cus you' surprised? Surely' syrup has being taught the value of a dollar ""

signers living in the United States and civic city I tomer. He sold you the goods,! on time.It doubled nearly twice in price, and they don't. realize bow long it takes '
as any .
the net income from property ownedor builders an'committee agency, but in the mindsof CITRUS SEMINAR was understood that you would pay soap is comparatively the same. The to save up dollar's worth in dim.I ..' "?

business carried on In the ,United people it lacks the I when. the collector came around if not same difference remains in other gro .- mc,!'older people are the.same way. y
many good before. But when the bill collectorcame There 'some boys and girls, however ,
States by persons living abroad. I which ought to be a com'mon HEOJ-AT UNIVERSITYOF ceries. A good buggy or a good wag are
patriotism WILL BE did treat him with! courtesy the that realize the importance of
"The "net Income' includes all income BEGINNING you ) on remains practically same, except ,
from salaries or any compensation factor, bubonic FLORIDA How ]long did you keep him waiting where more value Is put into saving their dimes, and this class will
the 13TH.
illustration note
For NIGHT OF OCTOBER doing nothing in bill could be" in the finances of \
par- our
for personal Services; incomes article while you were them. The monthly grocery a figure ,
to' In'your
business or plague referred been ticular lie is the personal representative have once been paid ,with what we country: in a later day. When we !
letters have
from trades, professions that number of
dealings in and the disgraceful fact many A large to for the man who was, courteous spend for cigars cigarettes and cold see the boys padding the streets of our ::
from alea or the inquiry'as
commerce; ascribed to bubonic received in reply fo
real estate; from dead Chinamen were Annual Citrus to you. .Why didn't you pay him drinks, saying nothing of the differ- town, smoking cigarettes and wearing f
personal property in Cali-
and secureties plague not long since, holding the ] interested and let him go? Why didn't you let ence spent in wearing apparel; The their spotless linen and freshly shined a
interest, rent, dividend fornia, and suddenly, upon the author- Seminar. The number off people had writtenthe if the i
carried on this your visitor,wait till you young folks of today can accomplishthe shoes, we wonder dad's paying i
business is
lawful greater
from all this ,
California in
ization of officers from the The check? Treat the bill boy just as feat of living out,of dad's month bills; if so, how long will he continue
for gain, State Board of Health 'to act with theMarine I year than ever heretofore. ma the merchant who gave you credit ly salary in luxuries before he ever to be the slave of his son. What will

"lifts o:' bequests will not be considered Hospital service, not another 1 jority of those who have expressed Seminar treated you.-:Tampa Tribune. __, gets his grippers on his pay envelopeand the son do when dad can do no more. e,
will life insurance have the
income; nor could be found-and themselves prefer
bubonic "germ" I as a result at the end of a few Jackson Leader. ,.
paid to a beneficiary, or returnee not one has been found since, until held during the week beginning My friend,nave you ever stopped to .
to thelnsttred" as a 'paid'up" that is with- October 13th.We'will ---- --
person some tn days ago, and I figure out what a short'time you are I
I or irrendered policy' be taxable out sufficient confirmation, but an therefore, begin the to stay here? If you 'have, .
Interest on such property will\ be in. actually work on the night/ of the 13th,, going
,11 l army of "doctors" are daily nar 15th then start out to compute how long .
and ,
eluded as Income, however. the Rocky tryingto continuing through the 14th when
scouring Mountains ,
to stay away
are going
of the 16th. you! Fall Goods
the night Arriving
WhatCan Be Deducted rid them of squirrels to keep them and up until chance * you cross the bar. When you get .
bubonic plague over. This will\ give everyone a ,
be deducted from bringing and those two propositions figured out you "
"The amount that may Saturday
from total income includes the cost here in,this happy Mississippi 'volley! get back home again by work. Want to remember that you were just For Ladies Wear .
a ; week's
the 'I >
fact is m ydear sir, close up first place.
of carrying on business, actual losses, This literal the replies, the largest numberof .j a* long getting here in the . .
was any more bubonic In brief moments you are
depreciation allowances and tax 'exempt that never for the discussion of During the l
been t
In California than there is today votes has to ,to live like a ;:
want try
plague here
of tax paid'' money. Living ex Florida and that citrus diseases; this is closely follow. you' Very pretty Satin Boot, newest style, -
in Arkansas or Don't try and save every
nBe8 cannot be deducted, nor car of citrus insects and white man. ( retail for 5.00
1/ is none at all. cd by discussion get into your hands. Let 1 $ __
improve other sub penny you '
votes for
.Jr.t t'y spent for permanent. It may be that there ,is a' similar fertilizers;;: the scattering.: some of it circulate.] Your neighbor I Genuine Blucher Button, with tip and
rte somewhat
on) property.I this fact with another jects were needs coin occasionally. YOU) want[! Cuban heel t
motive behind $5.00
i I""" form that Is to be filled out Experiment Station staff is now a -

by the taxpayer W drawn up soon fact, 'to wit: legislatures are being engaged The In formulating a program for fo remember that there are no pocketsin I' Very ,fine Patent Kid Boot cloth top 1
arbitrary powers after are gone
to grant shroud .and you
of internal rave importuned and will have this in a
by commissioner Seminar retail for' ; $4.00Pate".t
contagious the will have -
boards not only over. follow after
health those who you
will have to give ,to out to the various
The be sent
taxpayer to
his nue. and then specify and, \ and infectious diseases of men, shape in Central and South Flor packets in every garment they wear. Kid, very; fine, mat calf top,
gross revenue "diseases of men I" In this newspapers could ,take 'any of your gold retail for "
If $4.00
? claim tie to which he feel, but over during the coming week. you -' -
deductions good people see a wholly: ida with there might be some argument .
entitled. Unless a-nan's income tax again, many Gainesville has grown to be a large ypu'
he must hunt unconstitutional endeavor to interfere ample hotel and boardinghouse in hiding it out." But where you Just the I kind have been looking for. '
is, 'paid .at the source natural inalienable 'rights city, having bank'account will cut you
the going
r up a.,tax blank, fill It out and see officialin that i of with, the Individual to "life, liberty and ) accommodations Is'at for all a likely much to, no are figure. your The man with millions? and I Cssse and See' ( 'It',a pleasure t*> '.skew) .aar fed

1 i it finds .bI' way to the proper 'of,happiness," which certainly larger crowd than pauper' toiling in the ditch will I "
1 1914.. the pursuit Seminar so no one the FOOT '
his district before March be present at the '
of financial standingH :
the "liberty" protecting ; the same
and the liker I includes for fear of not< both have Dulton-Harris Co. '
"Firma, corporations to the need remain away It is so
'Jife" according before you came, FITTERS:
that was so .
rents,. ,
accommodations. ,
interests, hotel .
of .
having the handling: experience and finding here, and it will not ,.
'of his own linger
of the ,Income -. wisdom ( as you Of '"
,salaries or other portions Very truly yours wander on. So live
4l, are compelled fa I reason. P. H. ROLFS, change -as you :
of:any' citizen Individual and However as a State, Board of Health Exp. Station. ,while living is good.-Ex. ,
deduct tie tax,for ,the .be a Director
neC sslty,"It might ; "
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tatoes have been planted in 'the beds ,I j Jin Company with H. H. Witherington

r where the plants were weak. This l Apopka Items j II] visited several farms and an inspectionof L
II ticobb'sMainlandjl II levee over ten. thousand good, substantial the soil was made and Mr. Shultz N 1.11 r M

, I plants. They are growing was elated over the outlook\ and recommended

--, Snake fttories as a rule are mpre or very rapidly and unless that?new railroad J. F, Briggs contemplates beginningatan that a large acreage be plant. 11 Inl Mln .,

r less mingled with fiction, but .we purpose I comes"on qulckily Itwill: hardlybe varlj-date erection ofa..two.stoty : ''ed-",-here_. the coming. season

. to give one that comes within in time to carry off' the vegetable residence on Second street;which TARGETS"'. Ii Mu -'E1

i the limits of our own observation. ;I product of the place. will\ be a decided improvement to that'I s 3
'' 1 -- - T -'- -- )Irs. ''Cotb Is a terror to dirt-dob- of town when completed.. ANOTHER TRIBUTE '
Mr.;Ed.: Fuel), living!>Gut n -quarter :part "
of a mile from the Cobb mansion is j bers:;no chunks-'of mud'are allowed Work- --'on- the Jesse S: Wrackley-- -. -- _TO.. THE:HORSE I Ali

; away on business; his son,'George;was on' 'the porch, roof or any other part house, opposite the Seaboard depot, j I "When it was first said last Aprilthat II L1 Ii
$ I of the house. A good, long paddle''. horse racing was to be resumed I i
off with the fishermen, leaving Mrs. is progressing nicely and he expects
in the state of New York Col. Frank-
Fuel! alone. in the house On Saturday 'j prepared for the purpose is used, and to be comfortably settled in this new f -
i ;,Jin P. Morgan, who loves sport of any i iI ,
f ,. 20th in-t., a rattlesnake! invaded j those detestable little wretches are home by November first ]1 sort, expressed his gratification at 'II ui 'I

rl the premise, seized a chicken, and compelled to go elsewhere for 4, home. : I : White, the 1 '
I Copt. O. conductor, oj ,
I Cattle continue in good order,' the ] the news, relates the Popular Maga-I 1/m I
li 1 f was making a hasty retreat when Mrs. i A, 'C. L. train between Apopka and zine. I
> Fuell appeared on the scene pistol' inC grass being. 'kept fresh and tender' by \1 Kissimmee is having 'extensive im- j j
I "Horse racingt )he said enthuslas-j
rain. !
: J the lady fired three times at
hand; provements made on his residence at ,
\ is a and glorious
great thing.
'The the mouth of tically
encumbrance at I
j ,'1 16th steet and Park avenue and 'when UIiI'
'. caled' Southport 'canal has been overcome' alt warms the: heart, thrills the 'br in"1
J will of'' 'the '
I completed he' have one and puts into circulation"
by a rise in. the, ,iwater' from recent'i money
wad at work on his own plantation '
:, : most attractive and desirable homes '
> "Tea, yes! chimed in the group who p..a a clor
: near the Fuell domicile, went to the rains
I t | in the town.. I Il I him.
listening to I
l J; lady's' assistance and killed the ,8nake.I The fishermen as a rule'seem to be' was j BANK i. at the disposal oFour
;, ': I doing fair business the 'at'l Postmaster W. ,T. Wilson has had a i: "The only trouble il,"-ailed\ the,col. j T'HIS custom-. h
I His snakeshlp was, about six feet long a ; water '
"" $to .; ;. I and ,was found to possess fourteen I present is in good .condition for sein- 'I new porch added, to hits lovely I homeon onel dryly, "that in the matter' era at all times, for the transaction of e

f ,'k Ing, We have for Orange street: which makes the horse racing all\ of the horse sense is | !.:.
J fish eating .
that .
rattles and a button, showing purposes "
1 home much 'more comfortable than be. business.
whenever desire them. i I "on the track, .and none of it in the. any", 1
would have been 15 years old at his we ,' .
fore. "'
'i 'r ,!f 'p'i '. pies latest : I Letting ring. .
time Apple are our production .
I next birthday; living'all that The American Realty ,Co. has just err
I Ijll i
'\ without, having b'itten'anyone don't made and seasoned to exactly ,' completed filling an order for sixty Make your appointments 'with .those with III

., !as" show that the Florida, rattlesnake. is suit the taste. I' cords of'Oak wood for the A. C. L. Ry. 1 '

[ i ',,,'. as aggressive as he might be. He The whale swallowed Jonah and Co., which 'is now ready for ''delivery jll Narcoossee I Iii IiiMr. whom you wish, to confer, andmeet here., igur

; ,,fir t. ; does not attack unless he is attacked. Daniel was cast into the den of loins, i Newell and Ustler are enjoying a .. I ,
I '
,' Parties have told of accidentally stepping but who eat the goat? I
.: J splendid trade this' season in their George Franz and .
-r r ': '; on them without l betngUItten.> -A Hunter's,paradise is still a field ofj family Cin Should you wish to consult us regarding any lea
ferns. 'Just last
( i plant known as rattlesnake's master glory and a good account may 'at i a two hundred dollar week\ order they'received from one farm cinnati until have he moved can build on the his new Van house.Meter .....1: 'financial or,' business matter, you may depend e

1 ' Is recognized as a positive cure from some distant day'be given of the )hunt orders our reputation for-strictly honoring grorop
Ir firm. They are receiving more I Mr. Peter Ebertz of' Cincinnati has I upon '
fi ers.
bite and discovered '
r I t the' was by some than ,they can possibly fill at present confidence to the utmost degree.
I arrived and will build his. 1 your ces;
,71 ) parties who witnessed a fight betweena The lake is blue as the summer sky on ten-acre
and their goods* always give satisfac
L { rattlesnake and a black snake. The and as smooth as silk this morning, tract near Mrs. J. Johnson. I -WE WANT YOU TO FEEL . .. uti

t blacksnake was Said to have been bit. and the vessels moving over it are j tion.The Pearl Harper,and Fred Groves have r,
new bakery in connection with I THAT THIS IS INDEED
ten'by the rattlesnake, and went to a moving rapidly. The large launch I started their new homes. en
t the S. W. Stewart meat market will\
place where a plant was growing, rented to some fishermen by Mr. Cobb'(I B. F. Guy of Whittier spent several YOUR BANK ," et
l ' soon be ready for baking, the brick I d cl
nibbled it, and returned to renew the put into the harbor for repairs during events.almost completed and ready for days visiting the members of the Baptist

1 combat The parties who had observe the week. Capt. Tink soon had I business. church of which he is pastor. '.. e ca

; ed the movements of the blacksnake the vessel 1 in running order and the STATE BANKKISSIMMEE Q e..11ing
Dr. }colt of Kissimmee --
Bids will be opened ,October 1 for delivered ,,
j went to the place and removed the fishermen went on their way rejoicing.Our '
the opening of a county road between a very interesting lecture here Friday I etc
t : ,, plant; the blacksnake receiving a sec- Democratic. rooster and his his
Apopka !and! Rock Springs, 'distance e night, subject being Religion. A ate,
end wound again went to the plant not wives have a sufficiency of tadpoles
large crowd in attendance.C. .
of some six miles. This will be a was 16,001:
finding it he died at the place from and minnows, the plantation again be- '
I great improvement, it will bringa W. Bruns left
l + U' iag in picking order. This Saturday morningfor J'ld.I j
which it had been removed. An anec' being mail .
: 50000.00
1 vast territory of in direct Cincinnati Capital \
'' country Mr. Bruns expects to nd o1
.. .; dote was told of a man living in Georgia day and our. carrier about! to take his
touch with Apopka and besides it will 1 return in about ten days. Surplus 30000.00 Depositor' Security 130000.00 ustrytatey
ij, _ 82 years of age who had nev rif' departure will give you a rest for this
make it possible for all kinds of vehicles
worn a shoe. He and some week. REX. Messrs. Page and Waters made a Officer and Director
I t1 t of hia while hunting came upon / fair to to become reach the a famous springs resort., which bids business,trip to Kissimmee Friday. C. A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE Vice PresLM. oar.Wm The

'r }I '", a very large rattlesnake. This,shoe.f' The Board of Trade at its last meet :Mrs. F. W. Hill gave an afternoon KATZ. 2nd Vice Piest .
less man declared that he did not ask tea in honor of Miss Roberta Branchof
j that snake any odds, and presenting' II Orange CenterMr. II ing voted to subscribe for 500 copies I Orlando, who is visiting her'dough ROMA THOMAS Assistant.Cashier nJr' th
I of the Apopka News to be mailed to ood
f 'l the bottom of his Toot as a banter it is ter, Madeline.: Those present were
friends in the North, telling them of railroatricta'
: said that the snake hit him three Mrs. O. E. Mitzel" Mrs. H. E. Page and "
i Gazette the many advantages to be derived by
times and that it failed to hurt the Mrs. S. E. Waters.D. .
1 Apropos of some of the articles that locating in Apopka, if seeking a countic
man 'but the snake went off' with a E. Proper is doing some
l' painting
l t have appeared In' relative healthy location to recuperate and a nety,
, bloody nose.' Nearly a pint of oil your paper build up-a-run I i i Kissimmee for Mrs. J. Johnson. ..
i to the man who does and 'the man down system. Apopka I I recialnfurnld
was from
procured snake killed
i who don't, the hustler and the laggard has many inducements to offer to the Mr. William Montsdoca is all
{ on the Fuell place, said to be the finest ,
It is 8miles'j
t a 9V4 pound boy.
health seeker.
the will you print this little."Mint Julep"from : trans))'
i y ,. in world for rheumatic complaints
the of that The mayor's proclamation, which Miss Mildred Page ear
r J'1 i and pen "Queen of gave a picnic R.'S.'FLO.Y'DGrocer e
; other
) .. j the natives many can make things/ so the you rattlesnakes see Poetry," Ella Wheeler Wilcox:: called for volunteers to come out andassist party Saturday to the Golden Rule I outside,
even '
in cleaning the streets l last Girls and friends. Those present were The la
; valuable. "There are two kinds of people' on Tuesday was heeded byquite a num Rose McKenzie, Alice Baily and Kitties I low hat
apparent prospects for an orange earth today, r ber, and much of the rubbish wa Marsh of St. Cloud, Victor IL11, Row hey, U,

,1 old crop on what is known as'the Just two kinds-of people, no more' cleared away. But there were a fe I berta Branch, Llna Buckley, Martha : thousa.require 1
Drawdy place
? appears good., The say. selfish ones who; as usu'al. were seek :. Page, Gladys Bruns, Thos. Little, Mad
fruit is .
; large the season,well formed
,, and of Not the sinner and saint, for 'tis well ing an excuse for not helping and offered eline Hill, of Narcoossee. The games Unt.i:
q good flavor.' We have already -
r Understood the excuse that the American indulged in were boating, bathing and district
t t : : commenced
eating them and
, ,
i, 4 though 'green, they are! good and The good are .half, bad .an"'I;dthe bad Realty Co. .wanted the ,town cleanedup basket ball. They all voted Miss_ Pagea j .. with a'
, : and for that reason refused to help. good entertainer. i , Get our price on "
'h y of
It : reNot a If 000'I! \ V'P' : are
) g
wholesome '
I j''i. if not ..I indulged in too (reei w ,.' 'h',"u 1 ,yrler:::I " t.:, Such 'should be censuredthey ' I"i !
not "
persons Miss $ i The 00'I
\.1 IY I"jI\\I\':{"' ,,' .\, ,\1(; . j.1.t. : 1 the rich and the poor, for to count deeerve'to'i be 1" / Madeline'1IiU made a shop-. v GRAIN '
Ptied.i! li yM : '
The nor'-wester struck '' ', men's elth : p,7in-g trip to ){iaamiiiee .y'l, HA'Ya : Ec&E1 : ijj water,
{ I us on , : n !.!FrankS.9witherby7cIerkof of the &- *0 jaI lI..",>1_ (lEOMH TOilpS\i! I
: 22nd inst., and the way it moved You must first know the state of his is ''It'Mr. Cbas.Dennison having resigned I seweraJ"V'
city council in Orlando this .
week '
{ 'i ,the mosquitoes and gnats was a cau conscience and health. his position as head teamster for the which we make II specialty -
i going over'the records of the assessor ,- '
tion. Don't think they! will pay us Not the humble and proud, for in life'slittle and copying the assesment list of Narcoossee Lumber Co., left for his -
t n> .- another visit very soon. We took it in home !in Harrison, Ohio. t:

all right; pulled on old coats and span Apopka preparatory'to arranging fora I .....
opr Mr. Chas. Montsdoca
,; Who puts on airs is not counted t a municipal bond issue to establishan made a bus -' _I.. ailee. ,
moved about, briskly, ate hearty,, en man. electric other ness trip to Kissimmee Monday. / .i iE.d.eCollege'
light. plant. and Im .
1 . joked our' 'meals' and it appeared to Not the happy and sad for the provements. Mrs. M. M. Scarborough, who has T.wNS
cause swift
t us all to take a fresh hold on I been visiting her mother for 4 FROM : WEST 4)r. 010. 01
.f j active life. flying years M. T, Anderson will begin within the three I THE; .N saw br
I weeks, returned her ...
next few to home lum
days the erection of a new 'in Tampa ;
The Bring each his j
patriarch is hoeing his tomatoes man laughter: and each Tuesday. lary bu
r j this week. There were a number of man his tears. hotel on Fourth street, opposite the Miss I' nc.ra ,
Roberta countl.
rv Branch
Apopka high school returned to
vl 4I 1 r 1l plants' .. ., that. looked shaky and Irish pot No; the two kinds Qf'people" on earthI noted as planned will building.contain about The her home,in Orlando after spending a ATLANTIC COAST LINE }( country Taltl.f ..

, .' . mean thirty ,rooms 'and will\ fill a longfeltwant few days with her friend. Miss Madeline . ,, catalog_.. 11.
Are the people who lift and the people in this Hill. ,
: '' place. There has been \
,RUBMYTISMWill who lean.Wherever much talk for some,months by different Miss Bertha Taylor of Ashton.was I 'pixie) Flyer" Seminole "/ { -
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t cure your'Rheumatism you go you will find. the persons in regard to the buildingof received into the church on Sunday "

i Neuralgia,: Headaches, Cramps, world's malses" '. a hotel:here, but all the plans i it and was baptised by Rev. B. II. 'Guy I" ted"l\

Colic'Sprains.. Bruises, Cuts and Are always divided in just these two seems have failed, and now Mr. Anderson . In.East Lake on Sunday afternoon, the "South Atlantic Limited""Montgomery

.f :Burns.Old Sores, Stings of Insects classes. has determined to have a hotel. ceremony being witnessed by a large I
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Etc: Antiseptic Anodyne used internally The American number of people! I
:! And Realty Co. has donated
oddly enough, you will find, I Route"Toronto
'4 and externally. Price 25 G ''ween, a buiiarfTg site 100xl72V4 feetfront- A. E. Drought and family spent ., ,.

I t There is ing directly on Fourth street, and Saturday with friends 'jn this place. I

wholean.In always. one lifter to twenty within a.. half block of the postofficeand A. S. Cox, organizer of the W. O. |! Pullman Car from Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Less}

drug store, and within halfi.W., was in Narcoossee Wednesday .. ville, Nashville Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville.
which class are ? Are lifting a : ;?t I
block ''looking after the interests of his II II
of the A. C. L. order.
'' If YouHesitat the load depot. Work on DINING CAR SERVICE I i' I I'w
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;, this '
new building will be started l .
Of overtaxed lifters who toil down the without When t HMMHI- M MMM r $' !d
to Have road? delay and itished to completion. day and, a man passes a saloon on pay.' For information or reservations call on' i l
gets safely home
with his
Or, are you a leaner who lets others Just witch Apopka grow. money, he feels W. C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent Kissimmee "tj
Your Shoes bear The ladies of Apopka deserve credit ought to as though someone J. G. Kirkland( D. P. A. A. W. Fritot, D. P. A., )
hang 'a gold medal
ti on h 1m.
Your portion of labor and worry and for the part they took in helping to Tampa. .. Jacksonville. 'i

r.V ;Repaired, car e?" clean up the town last Thursday, They I __ -
5 prepared large baskets filled\ with

f" On account of looks, youdon't .M. T. J. Harney was a Kissimmee sandwiches, pies, cakes and good .

i( : k know the kind of repairing visitor last Saturday.Mr. things of varjous:kinds to eat, and at ,

? do. We A. W. Smith has moved to his the noon hour a spread was I served at -

y we promise new residence in Sec. 26, which has the city hall. An abundance of pro

in advance to make your just been completed by,}b. T. J. Stew visions sufficient to feed twice as '

\I. r ,. : old shoe look almost as art. many as were present was there and TO MAKE FARMING EASY. ... '

I , + good as new and at a very Ailorney'Geiger of Kissimmee was Issued by willing hand Apopka .. ,',,A<-

a ,, ; r remarkable cost. Unless an Orange' Center visitor on 'Friday should reel! proud of her fair sex. f ." jt; ,

last. They are always,ready to do their full '>J' ;
you have all kinds of, good "
r t 'Our school is progressing nicely and share every time. You : ;
I ' should have the "
i' shoe money to throwaway tools Ki i :
; YOU SHOULD pupils and patrons all express themselves hire Julia V. Bridge has returnedto proper ,

as being especially well pleased the city ,to: spend the winter in her to work with. : ,

'' MAKE: THE OLD ONES LAST with the teacher, Mr*. Williams. ''comfortable home after an absence of "Ross Graves ..,
} ' Messrs. D. E. Pollock and J. E. McLaurins several weeks '
visiting in Orlando and '
4( of''Rio, Miss., spent Monday other towns in the state. ,Hardware Store" .can supply l ou .' %\"
:. Let us' show how night and Tuesday looking around Mr. A. 'C.; .
> you we. White left last Friday ". ....
make old shoes look like i Orange Center and vicinity... They for Colorado, his.former home,to look with everything you need in; that' 7.' .

i came in believing everything bad aboutOrange after some business interests, and expects ,

.-. : I new Centerbecause. of 'reports received to interest line at rock bottom
t I n'' some ,of his friends prices. .
I; ones.A. 'WitzSHOE ,,at Orlando and elsewhere, buleft t in coming to Apopka to locate ., .
I with "....
radically different feelings Misses Mattie Lovell and Maggie ,

-.. 'V : I' BEPAIRIKG after a thorough 'Inspection of 'ou r Shepherd} '' have returned from a r

y :. ':-' '- : ', HARNESS WORK. lands and groves, and meeting a number ,visit to St. Augustine. very'pleabnt Ross Graves', aardwareStore I I'pf <

i 1 S :jA:' .....: (Just back otCithena.Bank. oa of our satisfied. farmers. They; Mr. Shultz of Inverness was here ;

: ",' : f f ,Darlington. avenue. both expect,to return* to Orange Cs none day last week looking over the r ,'
; ter to live I t .> ', i VA
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tt - H prospects for a watermelon crop,-and \ .

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1 dratnag and, beet of all for \\ '
. schools. Oeeese.ese0e0. .
, e The bonding'Idea allows e... 0.*1 major{portion of what they know about .. . ... '\
of .
A THRIFTY STATE oi ity in high qual EDITING' I ''people. 1110 . eo.. OUtI 0 0 to. . 0.... .... .....
the structures and they show no NEWSPAPER. j. .
OOO .) OOe0004e40.t . evidence of poverty, Th. readineuwith' O .1 "In some''instances hs who flies intoa ; ,
i which the bonds are bought ........... .... ..... passion because a newspaper prints :t

e'Ii no state In the Union where shows that capitalists have full cOnfidence up- "Editing a' newspaper is a JI'lan..1 something about him which he. considers t. THE. .. I: *

ch i Improvement work II going in the state's future as- wellas game-&you keep out" uncomplimentary his every .
in Florida today, neither doe in hell!citizenship. Advice reason to feel profoundly grateful to
tell .of any state where so No to this effect was recently!the newspaper: for publishing little
so presented + carried in: real so- many. given by a well-known weekly newspaper of what it knows of him. And oftentimes

.he' entire state as it witnessed' i irids. ng and'opportunltle.ror"ma1dng enjoying'life as':.Florld :'does liv better-known editor of Florida to an even the loudest bluffer 1s. the most Artl7lttr W i
Not to mentlon,,the thou- and wise is hewho, takes advantage ofthem. legislative; lobbyist.corporation. lawyer and I vulnerable: to..ttack. <;. .
of small Improvement made by Starke "It might be well for some people
uals. associations freely-spend: "man's Editing .a,"newspaper- indeed .a"!,_to..reflect, upon the.--truths and in ,--.--,.... .. ..
,s of thousands of dollars for' THE VACATIONERS! game and, sad to'stat It has silent gratitude accept mild admonition -- -- ?T-

g f, clearing, planting: find buildth ; proen,most too big a game for any lest worse befall them."-St. J!) '

..;. 'COUIInUs..pelld liberal I "They comeback roVn the mountains mortal man that ever lived.: .Lucle Tribune. ega1i, i,

on buildings. and Improved roads the) cooling springsand 'fountains Men of brains experience no great
difficulty I in ALTRUISM VERSUS
ridges. the woodland; shore and crag, !' making some money .
re was a Urn when Florida was and of the ways they wandered, they through the business conduct of 'newspapers NARROW-MINDEDNESS -'
"a' l land of, ..ndi; a: humbug stand around and if they are absolutely servile "
brsg. "While folks "
I to interests which man who has no interest in the REAL:
but no matter how she was re- at home were steamingwe" lay in make their service'worth welfare of his ESTATE 11
community is detri-
nobody could ever find fault with comfort dreaming"' thus boastfully experience has ment. His don't ,
climate 'and while it taught all newspaper workers that care spirit becomes.a
was said they cry; "we sailed the i
upon waters from
sore which! others
"the land in' I the man .who tries to edit absolutely become infectrommunity' -
Florida is onlyh while you, with swishing sw.tteh.I an 'than
fifty cents an acre," Is was saide pursued the pesky We climbed Independent newspaper hasis and yourselt..Live Oak AND INSURANCE: '
work "cut out for him willing to contribute his mite to +
same breath "but the climate the hills, where visions is had of views It has benne ward' y.
o of those' finding the ( making this community a better ..
orth $500 an acre Yes, it has elysian, of fields and streamlets needle-In-! e- '
wet; place in which to live
but' he is
haystack tasks'in
been) the past, but thanksto
proved is
It worth
$500 1 we roamed in gay savannahs :while '
hampered 'in .
by coming with
cre every three months: The soil with the heroism of a few pioneers, who I'
you cheap bandanas, were mopping have the do roman. This lax Individ \GENCY
rule, la good often the brunt of attack, a bel\
unsurpassed, off the swept We strayed in ter day is ual should be quarantined where if
the quality of the soil It really a pleasant meadows we basked insoothing drawing he will not be an aid, he at least cannot -
ligible quality,. as no matter How And the independent paper of the t _
shadows, we bathed in waters ,be a hindrance the active citizen. {
it can readily be made good. It sweet we' did our gallivanting while future is going .to be the successful '

>ur healthful climate, which makes you at home were panting forty paper. . There is no virtue in being too con Second Floor Citizens Bank J

Peasant to live here; our sunny ell. kinds of heat" Thus speak the jays Proper editing of a. newspaper requires servative when jit comes to bettering

! e which allows several crops' to returning, to us, who have been burning as much (or possibly more) conditions in' this community. The f

'grown on the' same land every year ,, who have not ceased to broil to brains,? as is required of .the. judges live wire may'make mistakes; but if

raps of the ktnd.that bring high us, who bore"the burden, 'who stayed :who. grace tho bench,of the.Supreme everyone lends his'' support to movements We invite
c.: .; ,our }/l-balaoced climate die at home to grind on our armour and Court of the,United States of America. ,which have for their' purpose -- cordially stranger to

>uting the rainfall during the whole) to toil. Their jawbones should cease ., This Itatement.may sound over- the good of the publl ,.then the interchange come to Kissimmee and '
r', which makes Florida the ph e. wagging and we should"do the bragging drawn, but it is true. of ideas will .result in weavinga : investigate t ,

>enal state of the Union if bragging must be done; while The Supreme Court of our country fabric in which there will be n.oflaws. and invest. You will find here U

et.the. products depending on solid they,.were idly straying in pleasant does well "to handle one case day, Those-who never do anythingnever ) a

climate are, not our' only ones, places playing, we1 worked and earned and the'judges""take their'time in sifting .make mistakes., If you. insist law abiding people and altogether '. ;
e carry also'three' or four "side the' mon Down to'our tasks we the testimony and they have on being a drone-at least don't criticize a

es." Of these timber productsing buckled while galliyanters chuckled written law to guide them. the man who is trying to do most delightful place to live. The

us about $15,000,000'yeraly. na- o'er two-cent fish they caught; we The newspaper editor, has things. Though h? may make mis. .
.1 I stores nearly as much, and phos- toiled while friends were fooling or morejOf' pioblems each day-score-pr6b'- 'takes he is a better' citizen of this city-, is :up-to-date and is growing

ate, kaolin and fuller's earth over around the woods or tooling an imitation lems that are"not to be solved at community than yo rDelf,-Live Ook .

16,000,000. 'Then the fish, oyctcrsind yacht.-Wa't' Mason leisure but NOW. Is it any wonder Democrat steadily and' is surrounded By a' fh
sponges bring in immense sums .
that mistakes are often made.
ndour greatest manufacturing: in- HOW THE TERM ORIGINATED Men of profession THE GREEN MONSTER thriviug community. We :have
no stand more
that of-
ustry, cigars brings to the
solidly and Immovably for that-whlch When we are jealous we imagine it
tate.yearly over 20000000. Adam was out one night after Eye some splendid propositions to, offerin
is right than those of the newspaper is because we love so much.But : .
The state has now fully' awakenedo thought he should have got home and
tribe, and a majority of- their jealousy has nothing to do with '
she errors timber truck {
a realisation of the value of her cried says Judge. result from leaning too far on the love. orange; grove, ,
material and lie went to work
aw .works for develop without kissing
side of "mercy" influenced Perfect love forgives all. and '
or being
her town 'call
n/C'/ them are going on everywhere, next morning and she cried. properties. Write or .
by personal friendship and not by Jealousy is nothing more than disease -
ood roads are being constructed, more She put on a new fig leaf one day,
of self-love.
hope gain. for
railroad are being built drainage districts j and when he didn't notice it, she cried. particulars. }
The newspaper editor or correspondent Our jealous rage is violent exactlyin .
He told
are being' formed. 'The low her once that her cooking l
who is willing to make an proportion as our\ vanity is wound.
counties of the south will soon havea wasn't as good as his mother's would yeel .
network of canals which not only have been if he had had a mother, and sacrifice in fighting.for a just, :ause. our pride galled.
{ or against crookedness in high places Yet, .jealousy springs from an Did You Ever,
reclaim hitherto valueless land, but Stop .to' .
is often led astray by friendship, and over-love of self) so a sound and sen
He let their first .
furnish cheap and convenient water wedding anniversary
the of sible self-esteem ii the best cure for
spirit sympathy when
.. transportation. Places until lately In; slide by without noticing it, and no >it .
she cried. *--- amount of money'or other worldly) Consider l.
C ssible are now connected with the the
gain can touch him.Pilate's The' trouble lies in fact that .
.f outside world by canals, and roads. He gave her a beautiful diamond love Inordinately raises our self-com

The latest project) is to drain all the ring, and she joyfully' wept one which question confronts"What him is truth'is placence and in small souls to be That while you .". I.MaT'T.b {
low land in the Kissimmee valley Then Adam said to himself: .
great and Is it any cause for wonder that loved gives a sense of boasting pride; S. Every'' Precsntioa
thereby creating pasture for understand what the poets hence when they suspect that the flatJerypfJoy (
thousands of cattle until the land i is mean when they say-'Dewey-Ev.,? '-'_i.he..sometimes.. fails--to "get by within hac aJ5d.jhe! ? fly ''noa_ : ) ToPrevent Fire '

required for cultivation.Until passion ofself.stungwr th: t1
Yes, editing a newspaper Is a"man's
lately bonding 'of counties, To love is to forgive. On Your PreaaIaM' .- "

districts .nd' townl"was looked 'upon Malaria or i Mills & fever r ing to be job a;man and, keep if you out are of it.not try Love means greatness. Jealousymeans I '' ... You May 'Hare a Neighbor, r
with aversion. bond elections pettlne.-Woman World.
t Today Prescription No.669 I.prepared especially The following editorial on this subject 1 Or >Several Neighbors,
are of almost constant occurrence. for MALARIA or CHILLS". FEVER. appearing. In.the latest issue.of "'

The water bonding for roads issues, for are pavements for' lights, and for if FIT taken or .Ia then,doan at a will tonic break the Fever any cste will, sod not the'Nassau:---j'County'\Leader/-, '! l.I isworthy; r++.+++++++++++++-++, ++"+ ra ; Who ,Are Not so Careful J '
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I return. It acts on the liver better than. of study,1"' 'every man' or'womanYwhor l 4 4 'il.'' "n' .- jf4ft
sewerage for county buildings fore Calomel sod does not sicken. 25oOO *''ds AYSTONEOPEN ,. I !
I ripe or qJEfl IMIIII HIM||l i S' r , "Alittlo spark on a windy nighOI t ';r
-- 8'"EditlngTB newspaper, n mine respects . 'G\"R", Jt ;" J07 -,:,' WK'jr 'y"m.ylcaUle'great'> :.' havoc t'. .
.w-II nI::: Sa.A.LLUNn'EIUUTY :: : I TOSTATE: SCaOLV: is A good deal like preaching..' .- -- + 1-; '. I .
/ OF FLORIDA FLA. COLLEGE FOR WAMCltCollegv The Gospel Truth must be presented ., 0. .+ in its fiery flight. .
.1..111. T.II....__ AlL TIlE TEAS 1
II..... for Met ......1...... .f body' of'Arts and Sciences. Normal in the form of generalities o? some f ill
.lad mm* .plrlt .f ?.... .... B C 01 l- School with Kindergarten Department t 2.50 to 8.60 per day.: !
fellow will hit and howl. .
lege. sad .I..I.I.LI..I Artai | School of Music School of Arf. School... get Special by week or month. .. The Only Sufegard Against Loss '
Agrlealt.reTeaekere' of Expression Home Economic. .Itb"JUen.on "Few j I If
persons like truth even In
loa C.Ileae'Eaperlre.t.,........, I .....BlallOBi.. rhol.fcixtca-10 beautiful Division buildings Beautiful and flrst'Olass.location. homeopathic doses if it hits them. j+ H W. CHURHM, flip A.D. rORTER. Hit. t Is a Fire Insurance ,.PolicyTELEPHONE '
new. brick bulldlnta, besides gymnaslum equipment throughout. Including gymnasium But while preachers and editors are ++++,'.++++++++4' r++++++a ++++
wlmrnlng- pool and many subsidiary and swimming pooL 41 merobers -
i bulldlngi. 01 In Faculty and of.ftc.r. of the faculty and other officer 'criticised: for what 'they do no ., 1
.. say '
Ill young men from 45 Florida etc students from 45 counties and 10 --- .---- -
countlts, and 11 states and foreign' States.TaKloa. one thinks of giving them credit for t .
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countries last .Ion. F. Board aid E.
" TnlfloB 1"..... Heard .... ......_ ..._.. 1114.00 per year. For Information** .what they do not say Yet what they ,
<_.. 18.50 per year. Writ* ..dar *... address keep to themselves constitutes the Birch ,.Mountain ', 246. 1(
catalogue. A. A. 1>lurpb..., Prcsldont. & Edward Conrad Pre.ld'n LDOYOUWANT ; ;

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